The eagle soars at the top of the food chain with no natural predators, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The eagles' only predator is man, through habitat destruction, poisoning of its food supply and ill... More »

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With over 60 species of eagles, there are no common breeding patterns shared by all of the species. The two more commonly known types of eagles, golden eagles and bald eagles, have intricate courtship displays. Both eagl... More »

The eagle depicted on the flag of Mexico is a golden eagle. The image on the flag is taken from the Mexican coat of arms. The golden eagle is one of the best-known birds of prey in the northern hemisphere. More »

Adult bald eagles sit at the top of the food chain and have no natural predators. Bald eagle eggs, on the other hand, can become damaged by animals such as raccoons and crows, which can expose the eggs to bacteria and pr... More »

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Eagles, being at the top of their food chain, have few natural predators. There have been recorded instances of eagles preying on one another, of raccoons killing eaglets in the nest, of ground predators finishing off in... More »

Harpy eagles are apex predators and, consequently, only suffer predation from other harpy eagles while they are young and in the nest. Even this is rare, as at least one parent stays in the nest to defend the young. Adul... More »

Aside from humans, wolves do not have any direct predators and are considered at the top of their food chain. Wolf meat is not normally consumed, although it would be possible for it to be eaten in extreme circumstances. More »