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SW Canterbury Informational Report


This is our information report on the Haast’s Eagle around between 1280 and 1400. It was a terror of the ancient skies and terrorized the Maori and their flock (animals.) Here are a few facts about it.

The Haast’s eagle’s wingspan was roughly 2-3 metres wide enabling it to fly fast and high,  plus the fact of its sharp and giant 7.5 cm talons and beak. It can catch quite a few Moa in its time, but sadly in our day it is extinct because the Maori killed off the Moa, so the Haast’s Eagle didn't have any prey left. The Maori couldn’t hunt the Haast’s Eagle because of its supreme speed, severe strength and massive mass, and back then they did not have the right technology.
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So in overall conclusion it was an extremely efficient hunter that was at the top of the food chain for an very long time. It terrorised the Maori for decades, centuries even, so it was a very successful predator.

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 Questions/Answers

Marcus’ Questions→
How would the maori deal with the Haast’s eagle? What would the haast’s eagle Wingspan be? How big are it’s talons?

Answer 1→  Hunting the moa by humans was probably the main cause of its extinction because that's also the main creature the Haast Eagle hunted.
Answer 2→  Close to 2 or 3 metres.
Answer 3→ 7.5 centimetres
Jayden→
Why Does The Haast Eagle Fly Most Of The Time? Has The Haast Eagle Ever been A Pet? Has The Haast Eagle Always Been A Pest/killer?
Answer 1→ So it can find its prey more easily.
Answer 2→ The owner would be torn to shreds
Answer 3→ Depends how u define pest/Killer
Ralph→ Did The Maori Hunt The Haast Eagle For Food and The End of The Arrow?.What Did The Haast Eagle Hunt With Its Beak Or Its Talons?
Answer 1→ They could not hunt it

Answer 2→ it hunted with its talons and ate with its beak.

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