And before you ask, yes, the harpy eagle is perfectly capable of carrying prey as heavy as a monkey. Harpy eagles have lost half of their habitat during the last 50 years. In a more distant third place comes the Philippine Eagle. The Harpy Eagle is the world’s heaviest eagle, followed closely by the Steller’s Sea Eagle. They kept the egg warm and, this time, succeeded in the successful birth of a new harpy eagle baby chick. 16 month old female giant Eurasian eagle owl Name: Mark Rosenthal Posted: 9/16/2020 Location: Belleville Website: www.iwantanimalmagic.com Phone: 13138195719 E-mail: Email this seller State: Michigan This flawless eagle owl is a guaranteed female, who should be ready to breed this spring. 36 Harpy Eagle Facts (Harpia harpyja)Birds of prey are captivating creatures, and the harpy eagle especially so. When it comes to strength and power, the female Harpy Eagle is in a league of her own. Native to Central and South America, this raptor is among the largest and most powerful in the world. Best of this morning’s 9 @ 9: Update on the ‘Harpy Eagle’ and its terrifying hunting tactics Morning News. In this video, you can see a harpy eagle hunting a monkey. One of the largest and most powerful birds of prey in the world, it needs large, undisturbed tracts of forest to survive. They are capable of catching prey animals that are over 7 kg in weight. Harpy eagles have not been domesticated in any way. by: Tom Barnas. At first, the monkey is out of reach as it is hidden under the canopy. Bald and Golden Eagles both have longer wingspans than the Harpy Eagle. The eagle patiently waits for the monkey to expose himself. Domestication. A harpy eagle can live for up to 25 to 35 years. The Harpy Eagle measures around 1 meter (3 ft) or a little taller, from the tip of its beak to the tip of its tail. Harpy Eagle talons are capable of shattering the bones of its prey. Harpy eagles mate for life and the pair raises only one chick every 2-3 years. Luckily for the harpy there are a number of initiatives in place to preserve rainforest, and captive breeding programs have been breeding and reintroducing these birds to the wild to bolster the population. But, the animals stayed anyway, started hunting and bringing home food, and laid another egg. The Philippine Eagle rivals the Harpy beak by a beak, so to speak. Throughout its range, it faces constant threats from habitat destruction and hunting. “Indeed, the eagle realized that elements were missing,” Dr. Blanco explained. The harpy eagle is a rare apex predator found in tropical forests of Central and South America. The average height for a female Philippine Eagle is just about 1 m as well. Bring on the monkey feast! Does the Harpy Eagle Make a Good Pet. Harpies would not make good pets. The female Harpy Eagle regularly hunts for sloths, monkeys, and other medium-sized arboreal mammals.