If the lion is the king of the jungle, the shark is the killer of the sea, the golden eagle has long been known as the lord of the sky with its remarkable strength.
Their power can control many species on the ground to catch as prey, most notably they can defeat a lone wolf quite easily.
From above, the golden eagle swooped down with tremendous speed and used its strong talons to attack the wolf. After weak resistances, the wolf seemed to lie still, succumbing to the eagle’s claws.
Image of a wolf lying under the talons of a golden eagle in a war between the two species.
The golden eagle is dark brown, with light fawn feathers on the head and neck. The golden eagle uses agility and speed combined with extremely powerful talons to grab a wide range of prey, including rabbits, marmota, ground squirrels, and large mammals such as foxes and other animals. young hooves. They also eat carrion if live prey is scarce, as do reptiles. Birds, including species up to the size of swans and cranes, have been recorded as prey for this eagle.
For centuries, this species has been one of the most prized birds for use as a hunting bird, with the Eurasian subspecies being used to hunt and kill prey such as the gray wolf ( Canis lupus) in some indigenous communities. Because of its courage to hunt, the golden eagle is regarded by some ancient, tribal cultures as mystically revered.
They even hunt large prey like deer even when they are healthy and can run at high speed.
The golden eagle deserves the title of lord of the sky.