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The Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), also known as the Monkey-eating Eagle, is an eagle of the family Accipitridae that is endemic to forests.

The Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), also known as the Monkey-eating Eagle, is an eagle of the family Accipitridae that is endemic to forests.

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Philippine Eagle. Endangered. Only found in the islands of Philippine.

Philippine Eagle. Endangered. Only found in the islands of Philippine.

PHILIPPINE EAGLE (Pithecophaga jefferyi) - one of the largest and most powerful Eagles in the world. It is found only in the Philippines in thick, mountainous forests. Preys upon small to medium-sized large mammals, including flying lemurs, civets, flying squirrels, fruit bats, and macaques, medium-sized birds, snakes, and lizards. One of the most endangered raptors in the world. Also called the Monkey-eating Eagle.

PHILIPPINE EAGLE (Pithecophaga jefferyi) - one of the largest and most powerful Eagles in the world. It is found only in the Philippines in thick, mountainous forests. Preys upon small to medium-sized large mammals, including flying lemurs, civets, flying squirrels, fruit bats, and macaques, medium-sized birds, snakes, and lizards. One of the most endangered raptors in the world. Also called the Monkey-eating Eagle.

Águia-pega-Macaco (Pithecophaga jefferyi)

Águia-pega-Macaco (Pithecophaga jefferyi)

Credit: Atlas of Rare Birds/New Holland Publishers The Philippine eagle could be one of the first big flagship species to be driven to extin...

Credit: Atlas of Rare Birds/New Holland Publishers The Philippine eagle could be one of the first big flagship species to be driven to extin...

Kakapo - One of the rarest birds of all is New Zealand's kakapo. which is flightless Only 124 animals remain in the wild—the species has been largely wiped out by introduced predatory mammals such as feral cats.

Kakapo - One of the rarest birds of all is New Zealand's kakapo. which is flightless Only 124 animals remain in the wild—the species has been largely wiped out by introduced predatory mammals such as feral cats.

Slideshow: Philippine Eagles by Klaus Nigge - and how I feel today _ Lu

Slideshow: Philippine Eagles by Klaus Nigge - and how I feel today _ Lu

Philippine Monkey-eating Eagle

Philippine Monkey-eating Eagle

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