What is the largest eagle in the world?



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    For the current largest eagles, you can check out the answers for this question: http://greenanswers.com/q/22589/animals-wildlife/birds/what-largest-type-eagle

    The largest known eagles species to have ever lived is the now extinct Haast’s Eagle of New Zealand. It had a wingspan of about 2.6-3 m (8’6″-9’10”), similar to some living eagles species such as the Golden Eagle and Steller’s Sea Eagle. It is believed females weighed 10-15 kg (22-33 lb) while males weighed 9-12 kg (20-26 lb). However, the current largest eagle species are 40% smaller in body size compared to the body size of Haast’s Eagle.

    The Haast Eagle became extinct around 1400 AD when its food source was depleted and habitat cleared.

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    The biggest eagle in the world today is the philippine monkey eating eagle. The philippine monkey eating eagle weighed up to 20 lbs, and was 3 ft tall. Its wings spanned 7 ft in length, and the eagle was 3.5 ft long from beak to tail.

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