- Type of Animal: Bird of prey
- Location: Found on every continent, except Antarctica
Eagles are large birds of prey known for their strong build, hooked beaks, and keen eyesight. They soar through the air with impressive wingspans, and their powerful talons are used for catching prey. Symbolizing strength and freedom, eagles are found on almost every continent. The bald eagle, a prominent species, is the national bird of the United States.
The Steller's Sea Eagle is the biggest by weight, the Philippine Eagle by length, and the White-tailed Eagle by wingspan. The Harpy Eagle is also among the largest, commonly found in South and Central American rainforests.