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Philippine Eagle (20)
|also known as Monkey-eating eagle.|
"The Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) is a giant forest raptor endemic to the Philippines. It is considered one of the largest and most powerful eagles in the world. Unfortunately, it is also one of the world's rarest and certainly among its most critical endangered vertebrate species. The eagle is known to be geographically restricted to the islands of Luzon, Samar, Leyte and Mindanao. Philippine eagles are monogamous and they bond for life. But contrary to claims that they opt to remain unpaired in the death of their mate, evidences from natural pairing techniques and data from all other raptors indicate that they take in new mates as replacement. Females reach sexual maturity at around five years and males, at seven."
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Have encreased its exposure by 2 points.
This is indeed a great register, Alaz. And, inspite of the W/S it is still "YOUR" great register. Reduced to 700 pixels in height.
Best and friendly greetings,
Mario from Canada.
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|Using adjustment layers I brightened the bird a bit, mainly to put a bit more emphasis on the face and eyes.|