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File:Giant Haasts eagle attacking New Zealand moa.jpg

English: Giant Haast's eagle attacking New Zealand moa
Français : Aigle géant de Haast attaquant des Moas de Nouvelle-Zélande ; l'extinction des moas suite à leur chasse ( surprédation) par l'homme a entrainé la disparition de cette espèces d'aigle.
Date 2004
Source Ancient DNA Tells Story of Giant Eagle Evolution. PLoS Biol 3(1): e20. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0030020
Author John Megahan
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