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How do bald eagles body covering help them survive?
Bald eagle is a strong swimmer so it can catch fish very easily .They live besides a large bodies of water and there are fishes and salmons that lives in there which are the p…rey of bald eagle. there are also a lots of tall trees so they can make their aeries on the top of the tree. They live in pairs and hunt together. By:Matt yun Bald eagles are basically fish eaters, which they catch by plucking fish swimming near the surface from the water. They are not good swimmers, and rarely go completely into the water. They also take ducks and other waterfowl, and sometimes other game. They will scavenge on animal carcasses as well.
a bald eagles body temperature is 106 degrees fahrenheit
Skin and feathers.
It hunts, eats, mates, and lives for 30 to 50 years, then it.............. dies
pretty much whatever it can find such as fish, rodents, carrion (dead bodies) ,and smaller birds
It has fur
Bald eagle is not a bald bird. The bald eagle lives in a nest that is one of the biggest nest in North America.
Will an armadillos body can protect its self because there skin is made up of some really good hard protecting chemicals and that is the answer for you!!
Yes they do they eat fish to lower the amount of the fish population. They eat dead animals so they can lower the amount of dieing animals they eat
Water, food, successful mating, a safe place to raise their young, and a large range in which to teach their young to fly and hunt.
They can fish, which is their raison d'ete (reason for being). Also they can have baby bald eagles which is something nothing else can do.
no i dont think so :)
The banning of DDT and better poaching legislation has brought the bald eagle back, it is no longer endangered.
We can help Bald eagles survive by bringing back their habitat. Also we can stop all the hunting of them (which is illegal.)
Bald eagles survive by hunting and fishing. They are very good at both of these practices. Their eyesight is remarkable being able to see things with about a 2000 percent …more telescopic eyesight than humans.
Bald eagles do not communicate with each other through body language. Instead they do so by a high pitched whistle, chirp, or series of clicks.
Of course if the peres were as swift as the cinematographically (read special effects) corroborated mythology claims, healthy adults would never be in danger from eagles. But …peres are no faster than other raptors, and they have been reported to be taken by eagles, hawks, owls, and other falcons. Eagles being large, they are most likely faster divers than peres, and the peres' only chance is to out-maneuvre them, or to gang up on them. A nesting pair of peres was observed to knock an eagle out of flight at Zions Park (http://elibrary.unm.edu/sora/jrr/v021n02/p00067-p00067.pdf). --AGF