Those are some truly massive birds! That’s how most people react when they encounter a harpy eagle for the first time, whether in person or in a photograph, and it’s understandable. The majestic bird is, well, monstrous in its appearance. Fierce. Proud. Majestic. Much, much larger than life. “You’d better not get into any trouble with me, youngster. People like you are what I eat for breakfast “Adds the creature, who has a cold steely glitter in his eyes.
From one point of view, the harpy eagle appears to be a person dressed up as a bird straight out of the Uncanny Valley, and this is a valid point of view. From a different perspective, it appears to be a Pokemon (please tell me that you see it too). The object appears to be something that was crashed-landed aboard an alien spacecraft on its route to Earth from Blargon-7 and then housed in a guarded cage somewhere in Area 51 after being captured and transported to Earth.
The harpy eagle is a massive bird of prey that dwells in the jungle.
These cute birds are very popular on the internet. One harpy eagle photo compilation earned almost 91,600 upvotes on Reddit in less than 20 hours, according to the site’s statistics. During the same time period, the same image on Imgur had more than 120,000 views.
Some people believe that harpy-eagles resemble individuals dressed in bird costumes.
It is important not to under estimate the importance of these rare birds. Despite the fact that they are prey birds, Papuan harpy eagles are distinguished from their American counterparts by their plumage.
Harpy-eagles appear to be both serious and amusing at the same time.
Harpy eagles are the largest and most powerful predatory birds on the planet, and they may be found in jungles all over the world. Aside from that, they are one of the most massive eagle species on the planet. Their wingspan can reach 7 feet and 4 inches (224 centimeters), although they only weigh 8.5 to 20 pounds, despite being such massive creatures (3.8-9 kilograms).
The bird has a strange expression on its face.
Harpy-eagles are found in tropical lowland forests’ top canopy layer. Unfortunately, this magnificent animal is on the verge of extinction in Central America due to habitat damage. There are just about fifty thousand of them left in-the-world. The harpy-eagle is also known as the royal-hawk (possibly even more fantastic).
The talons of an eagle are nothing to joke at.
Harpy eagles consume greater prey than lesser birds, according to Fact Zoo: “monkeys, tree porcupines, sloths, coatis, birds, snakes, lizards, and so on.” We’re just glad ‘humans’ aren’t on this dangerously-attractive creature’s menu!