Bald Eagle Adaptations?


An adaptation is a physical or sometimes behavioral feature that has evolved over time due to a need for the species to survive. It is a special skill or feature that the animal has. The bald eagle has hollow bones to make them lighter since they are such a large bird. They have excellent eyesight; their eyes are up to 10 times better than a humans eye. The bald eagle babies have different colorings than the adults to help distinguish their age. The eagles have sharp, hook-shaped claws for catching fish and other prey. They also have a sharp, hooked beak for tearing apart meat.
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Bald eagles reside near large bodies of waters such as lakes and rivers.The birds enjoy hunting fish as the staple of their diet, but they will also dine on carrion, waterfowl or
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Bald eagles are endangered from massive hunting, because people perceived them as a threat to livestock. Pollution has also taken it's toll on their population. Look here for more
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Bald Eagle
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Falconiformes Family: Accipitridae Genus: Haliaeetus Species: Haliaeetus leucocephalus
The national emblem of the United States, the Bald Eagle was threatened with extinction in the lower 48 states because of DDT (a type of pesticide) poisoning... More »
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