Schleich - Harpy Eagle
Schleich Harpy Eagle measures: 3.25" L (tail to beak).
Schleich Harpy Eagle #14862 Review:Schleich introduced a brand new Harpy Eagle figure in 2023, featuring bright yellow claws that stand out from the rest of the figure. With limited choices in Harpy Eagle figures, this one is sure to make a great addition to your collection. The rest of the figure is fairly standard, but the vibrant yellow claws are sure to capture any eagle lover's attention.
Harpy Eagle Information:The Harpy Eagle is a large bird of prey found in the tropical forests of Central and South America. This species is the largest and most powerful eagle in the Americas, and is characterized by its distinctive black, white, and grey plumage. It has a wingspan of up to 6 feet and can weigh up to 20 pounds. The Harpy Eagle is a top predator and is known to feed on a variety of prey, including macaws, sloths, monkeys, and even large snakes. They use their powerful talons to snatch their prey from the trees, and they have been known to carry their catch away in flight.
Harpy Eagles are solitary birds and prefer to live in remote areas, such as the canopy of tropical rainforests. They build large nests made of sticks and lined with leaves. The female lays one or two eggs, and both parents take turns incubating them for about five weeks. Despite their impressive size, Harpy Eagles are threatened by habitat loss due to deforestation and development. They are also threatened by hunting and illegal trade in some countries. As a result, their population has declined in many areas.
Product Information from Schleich:With its sharp eyes, the Harpy is highly concentrated with its crest of feathers on the back of its head standing to attention. It roams the tropical rainforests of South America in search of prey. Not even the tiniest of movements escapes its notice – so playing hide and seek would be really unfair!
The Harpy looks impressive with its dark plumage and the striped feathers on its legs. But watch out: Its feathery crest is sticking back which should be a warning! It means that the large bird of prey is on high alert. What do you think it has spotted? The Harpy may be about to set off on a hunt. With its powerful claws it can even kill monkeys and carry them away! But it also lets friends carry it around and will even feed from your hand!.
Part of the Wild Life Series by Schleich.
Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.
Product Code: Schleich 14862 by Schleich