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Harpy eagles launched into the wild in Bolivia (VIDEO)

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Two harpy eagles have been launched 5 years after their rescue in Bolivia. Luna and Roque have been rescued once they have been nonetheless child eagles from an almost-deforested space in Santa Cruz in 2018.


Since then, they’ve been cared for on the animal rehabilitation middle Bio Parque Curucusi as a part of a pilot program to guard harpy eagles.

“They’re two harpy eagles. They arrived right here with us after an alert name that they have been present in a fairly deforested space within the Guarayos zone. These people have been nonetheless eaglets, they usually weren’t in good situations when the federal government workforce went to that space to rescue them,” veterinarian Cecilia Dorado stated.

A satellite tv for pc monitor was hooked up to every eagle to trace their migration routes and habits within the wild for 2 years.

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