What Is the Largest Bird of Prey?


The largest bird of prey in the world is the Andean Condor; it weighs up to 13.6 kilograms when fully grown and has a wingspan of about 3.3 meter. This bird can easily pick up a medium sized dog off the ground.
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The Eurasian black vulture is the largest bird of prey. It can be up to 4 feet long, weigh 31 pounds had have a wingspan of up to 10 feet.
Andean Condor is the largest bird of prey. They are very heavy and can getup to 33 pounds. Andean condors are found in mountainous regions.
A bird of prey is one that eats meat and some will kill the prey in order to get the meat, while others will eat what is already dead. The largest bird of prey is called the Andean Condor, and it is found in South America. The Andean Candor can weigh more than 30 pounds and have a wing span of about 11 feet, when fully grown. You can find more information here: http://scienceray.com/biology/zoology/birds-of-prey/
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