The Bonelli's Eagle (Aquila fasciata) is a large bird of prey. Like most birds of prey, this eagle displays reverse sexual dimorphism: the female is larger than the male. Bonelli's eagles have a long neck, strong bill, and exceptionally long legs. They can be described as “athletic” in appearance. Bonelli's eagles mainly hunt birds and mammals, with their primary prey being rabbits.
- Damage to toe, "Natural."
- The beak appears to have some sort of pathology present
- Skull Length 9cm (3.5in)
- Skull Width 5.4cm (2.1in)
- Skull Height 4cm (1.6in)