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Philippine Eagle (Image 1)
The Philippine Eagle has a large wing area and beak. It can be found in Luzon, Samar, Leyte and Mindanao. It thrives on dominant forest trees on steep mountain slopes but its already rare population has declined due to clearing of the forests, hunting, and trapping. The eagles subsist on a wide variety of forest species which includes monkeys. The Philippine Eagle Conservation Program (PECP) has made attempts to breed the eagles held in captivity in Mindanao.


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