Why Are Eagles Endangered?

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Eagles are endangered owing to the destruction of their natural habitats. Certain species of eagles are hunted by humans to protect the domestic animals while others are affected by pollution as they are sensitive to toxins, such as pesticides, which build up in their prey species owing to their position in the food chain.
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Eagles are endangered because of human intervention. They were killed by ranchers trying to protect young livestock. Pesticides such as DDT were also a major cause. They are making a comeback and are being seen in places where they haven't been for many decades.
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