Haast’s eagle: Extinct New Zealand bird was part-eagle part-vulture

The Haast’s eagle had a beak and talons suited for capturing live prey, but its skull was adapted for ripping out organs Life 1 December 2021 By Christa Lesté-Lasserre An artist’s impression of Haast’s eagle Katrina Kenny For more than a century, scientists have wondered whether a huge carnivorous bird that went extinct around 600 … Read more