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juanfra harpy eagle Animals of The Rain Forest

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Animals of The Rain Forest
Harpy Eagle
By Juanfra
3rd Grade
Ms. Prescilla
Physical Description

The harpy Eagle is about
2.8 ft (86 cm) long and they
have a wingspans about 6.5 ft
(2m). The talons of the harpy's are
designed to carry the prey through the air.
They have gray feathers on the head and neck,
white to pale gray feathers on breast,
large rounded broad wings with dark gray feathers.
The harpy eagle is covered with feathers on all the body, except the talons. The harpy eagle's top speed is 160km/h.
Interdependence
Habitat
Harpy eagles eat sloths, monkeys, fish, birds, tiny rodents, and nuts. It is omnivore.
The harpy eagle is eaten by humans, raccoons, and hawks. The harpy eagle is a consumer because
it eats meat and plants to help get its energy.
The harpy eagle lives in the top of the
layer of the rainforest/emergent. The harpy eagle
adapts by moving to different habitats/trees. The harpy eagle camouflages by the rocks, and snow.
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