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Where one of the world’s rarest birds lives, and other news from the animal kingdom

One of the rarest, largest and strongest birds in the world, the Philippine Eagle, or Monkey-eating Eagle, is native to the Philippines. The average female can be about one meter (3.3 ft) long with a wingspan of 220 cm. The Philippine Monkey-eating Eagle is one of the rarest species in the Accipitridae family (which has a total population of 200-300 birds.).
One of the rarest, largest and strongest birds in the world, the Philippine Eagle, or Monkey-eating Eagle, is native to the Philippines. The average female can be about one meter (3.3 ft) long with a wingspan of 220 cm. The Philippine Monkey-eating Eagle is one of the rarest species in the Accipitridae family (which has a total population of 200-300 birds.).



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RIA NovostiWhere one of the world’s rarest birds lives, and other news from the animal kingdomWhere one of the world’s rarest birds lives, and other news from the animal kingdom

14:07 29/08/2011 One of the rarest, largest and strongest birds in the world, the Philippine Eagle, or Monkey-eating Eagle, is native to the Philippines. Not long ago, the Giant Panda cub Fu Hu celebrated its first birthday in the Vienna Zoo.>>

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