By Jeremy A.
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The White Breasted Eagle can reach in size from 60 to 90 cm. long and their wingspan of around 180 cm. White Breasted Eagles are heavy with big feet for grabbing prey such as fish, rodents, birds, snakes, monkeys and rabbits. They can be very fat, tall, and even very skinny. White Breasted Eagles are brown, grey, black, and a white neck, head and breasts. They have great eyesight and they hunt while up in the sky or on a perch. They will swoop down very very fast to kill their prey with their talons. They will sometimes steal other birds from another bird such as ospreys. The female will lay one to three eggs. Both parents or the female will warm the egg or eggs, and also feed the baby. They will drink out of rivers, dams, swamps, creeks, and other places like that which have water.
White Breasted Eagles enemies most of the time are large animals which can attack them. White Breasted Eagles are not camouflaged at all. They look very small when their wings are closed. Then when their wings are open, they are very big birds.
White Breasted Eagles come from the hawk family.
They have heavy hooked bills with sharp strong claws which us people call
talons. Their shelter is their own nest which is up very high in
a tree where it is very safe from their enemies. They make their
own nests. The biggest known nest was 6.1 meters.White Breasted Eagles
are very popular common known birds. They haven't been seen everywhere.
They are usually found near farms. The reason for the White Breasted
Eagle being endangered is because people shoot them.