Eagles are a nightmare for many land mammals. Because once locked on to the target, they can plunge down at lightning speed and then put it in the air, making the prey no longer alive.
This is the Argentine giant eagle, the largest bird in history. They are over 2 meters tall and weigh about 70 kg. Their wings can be up to 14 meters long. Like regular eagles, they like to fly in the air at an altitude of hundreds to thousands of meters in search of prey, once locked on to the target, they will quickly dive and grab. They like to eat the prey of lions, and this fearsome fighting power is far more than that of ordinary eagles.
Possessing enormous size, they have no natural enemies and become lords of the sky. However, their fertility is very poor, they basically only lay one or two eggs every 2 years, so this species is extinct for now.