Eagles (lat. Aquila) – genus of large birds of the family Accipitridae.

The body length of 75-88 cm, a relatively short tail, wings wide, and 2.4 m span, the legs are feathered to the toes.

Distributed in Eurasia, Africa, and North America from the tundra to the deserts.

Nest on the ground, rocks or trees. They feed on small and medium sized vertebrates (look out, hovering in the air, or lying in wait, sitting on a high place), and sometimes carrion. The number is decreasing.

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