ANIMAL FACTS - Raptors
In many areas of Australia, it is pests such as rabbits that make up the primary diet of wild Wedge-tailed Eagles.
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
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