Eagle is the name given to the largest predatory birds. The various species and subspecies of eagles can be found almost anywhere on the planet except in Antarctica. They are members of birds of prey, of the order of Accipitriformes, family Accipitridae, subfamily Buteoninae. They belong to several genres, which are subject to a more adequate reclassification since experts do not reach an agreed opinion. Eagles are characterized mainly by their large size, robust constitution and heavy head and beak. With information from: mundodescargas.com unblogdeajolotes.blogspot.com top10curiosidades.com Other lists that might interest you: Curiosities of jellyfish Curiosities of penguins Curiosities about hummingbirds
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The eagle gave name to different substances or preparations that were used for it, such as celestial eagle, Venus eagle or dilated eagle among others.
He was part of the Spanish flag
The regime of Francisco Franco, Caudillo of Spain, also used it as a symbol (it was part of the Flag of Spain) Suggested by: Venhut
Bald eagles usually eat fish
Occasionally they hunt snakes and small birds. They also hunt small rodents and rabbits
Some golden eagles eat turtles
They fly with a turtle in its claws, and drop it against the rocks to break its shell
The golden eagle is more related to hawks than to the bald eagle
The golden eagle reaches sexual maturity at 4-5 years of life
He bald eagle is the national symbol of the United States
The largest is the eagle of the Philippines
Bald eagles are not bald
Their heads are covered with white feathers.
Eagles are the biggest predatory bird
In its different species, it is the national emblem of many countries
Inhabits most regions of the world except Antarctica
One of its main features is the pointed tip of large size and force
Female bald eagles are a third larger than males
The golden eagle is the fastest
The fastest golden eagle of all; its speed ranges between 175 and 225 kilometers per hour, and sometimes it goes over those limits. When the eagle descends in a tailspin, the eagle can reach a speed of 275 kilometers per hour, if something helps the eagle to achieve those speeds it is its bone structure, since it has hollow bones that weigh less than a pound.
The golden eagle lives up to 30 years in the wild, in captivity it can become longer
Throughout history, the eagle has always been considered a symbol of majesty and victory
The emblem of the Roman Empire contained an eagle, while a two-headed eagle was used in the Byzantine Empire.
The golden eagle has 2 focal points in the eyes, one allows you to see from the front and another to see the sides
Acute view: A dam is located 2km away
The golden eagle is the national symbol of Mexico
The golden eagle, when it flies down chasing a prey, can reach a speed of 240 kilometers per hour
Speed that is surpassed by very few birds, including the peregrine falcon, which can plummet 300 kilometers per hour.