The raptors

This is the common name given to Eagles, Hawks, Caracaras, etc., species belonging to the Order Falconiformes, which usually prey on small or medium vertebrates. For this, they have strong and curved beaks and claws. Within this group there is a great diversity of sizes, which to a large extent determines the type and size of the prey they eat. Larger species, such as the Crowned Eagle, need a large area of ​​natural habitats to hunt, which makes them particularly vulnerable to the disappearance and fragmentation of these habitats.

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