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Spanish Imperial Eagle

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The Spanish Imperial Eagle is one of the smaller eagles and its most distinctive characteristic is its very dark feathers.


Latin Name: Aquila adalberti  
Distribution: Spain  
The Spanish Imperial Eagle makes its diet up of various rodents including predominantly rabbits. The decrease in the rabbit population in and around their natural habitat has caused a decrease in their numbers and forced them to look for other food supplies. It will also eat foxes, ducks and pigeons if it comes across them.

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