23rd May 2024

This super-predator bird darts at 241 kilometres per hour!


The  golden  eagle  (Aquila chrysaetos) is one of the largest birds of prey, a predator bird. It is mostly found in America and Mexico. The golden eagle is are very swift, and can dive upon its prey at a speed of more than 241 km per hour. All eagles have very sharp eyesight—four to five times stronger than a human with perfect vision. They can spot movement long distances away. An eagle can easily see a rabbit on the ground from 3 km away.

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