The Philippine Eagle (And Why It Should Not Be Called Monkey-eating)

One of the largest raptors in the world, the Philippine eagle—which happens to be our very own national bird—is also one of most critically endangered avians, with an estimated 400 pairs of them left in the wild. So aside from helping in the conservation efforts of this majestic animal, it is also imperative we should get to know about its interesting history here in the Philippines.

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