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War Eagle
War Eagle portrait
War Eagle portrait
Scientific classification Red Pencil Icon
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Clade: Afroaves
Superorder: Accipitrimorphae
Order: Accipitriformes
Family: Accipitridae
Subfamily: Aquilinae
Genus: Aquila
Species: A. bella
Binomial name
Aquila bella
Travis, 2299

War Eagle, Aquila bella is a species of eagle found only in Devonshire. It is the national bird of Devonshire and is found on the coat of arms as well.


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Other common names Glennshire Eagle, Devonshire Eagle

Description

The War Eagle is a huge and very rare raptor. According to legend, "it only appears when there is war"; however, this is just a myth. The possible reason it only appears to feed on the mortally wounded and dead bodies. It is the only species of eagle with a 15 foot wingspan, other than the Haast's Eagle.

Similar species

This is species should not be difficult to identify, as it is the largest bird of prey in Devonshire.

Behaviour

Not much is known about the War Eagle. Rare, only encountered by those brave enough to scale the Glennshire Mountains. Probably soars on updrafts with its giant wings and may have trouble landing, like the Wandering Albatross.

Diet

Unknown, known to feed on dead bodies.

Calls

Reproduction

Distribution/habitat

It is only found on the tallest mountains include Glennshire Mountain. It is rarely seen by humans. Vagrants have appeared in Shire, soaring on updrafts.

References

  1. ^ Future IUCN

Based on...

It is based on a stylised eagle on the German coat of arms. It is based on the Golden Eagle and Bald Eagle. Its crest is based on a Long-crested Eagle's.


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