Raptors are identified as Birds of Prey that capture their food using their feet. They have three distinguishing features:
- large talons (or claws) used for hunting
- very keen eye sight to target prey
- sharp hooked beak for the tearing up of prey once caught
Fact about Raptors
In many areas of Australia, it is pests such as rabbits that make up the primary diet of wild Wedge-tailed Eagles.
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