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Bald eagles Fun Facts

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The bald eagle is found only in North America. Once an endangered species, bald eagles in the U.S. are now said to number around 317,000.
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Baby eagles are called eaglets until they grow their feathers at around 8 weeks old. After this stage, they are called fledglings.
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As a sea eagle, the bald eagle can swim. If it catches a fish that is too heavy to fly with, it will swim to shore, using its talons to tow its prey.
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The national emblem of the U.S is the bald eagle. Many countries have eagles as their symbol, but Scotland has a mythological creature as theirs: a unicorn!
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The bald eagle has white feathers on its head which make it appear bald. Some etymologists suggest that the word "bald" may have originally meant "white".
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Bald eagles are a type of raptor belonging to the Order Falconiformes. It is one of the largest raptors, weighing between 105.8-222.2oz.
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The bald eagle's vision is 4-8 times better than that of a human. They can see a rabbit from a distance of three miles away.
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Its primary diet is fish, but the bald eagle also eats small mammals, other birds, turtles, crabs, and snakes. They sometimes steal fish from ospreys.
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You can find bald eagles near bodies of water, such as coasts, rivers, lakes, and marshes. They are also scavengers, and can be found near fish processing plants and dumpsters.
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Bald eagles gain their white head and tail feathers when they reach 5 years of age. In the wild, they live up to 20-30 years.