This bird shows off its strength, pride, and power in real life. You may see them called “Harpie Eagle,” “Harpie Eagle,” or “Harpie Eagle.” This is because it’s different from the “Harpie Eagle” in Papua New Guinea. With its steely eyes, it looks like it’s telling you not to mess with it. It is the largest and most powerful raptor in the rainforest, and it is one of the largest eagles that are still alive in the world today, too. It usually lives in the upper layer of tropical lowland rainforests. In many parts of its former range, its natural habitat has been destroyed, and it is close to becoming extinct in Central America. The harpy eagle is also called the royal-hawk (gavio-real) in Brazil.
The largest and most powerful raptors are found in rainforests worldwide. The harpy eagle is one of them. In terms of size, they are one of the largest types of eagles on the planet. Their wingspan can be as long as 7 feet and 4 inches (224 centimeters). They only weigh 8.5 to 20 pounds (3.8-9 kilograms).
This eagle is most common in Brazil, where it can be found all over the country. The species is almost extinct in Central America after a lot of the rainforest there was cut down. There are still some areas of Panama where the species lives.
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