Nipalensis: When Nature Goes Wrong
Europe • 24m
The Spanish imperial eagle is one the the rarest animals on the planet. On the brink of extinction, the last specimens they live on the Iberian peninsular surrounded by strict protection measures. Its population is distributed by the areas where rabbits are most abundant, which constitutes the basis of their diet.
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