Steller's Sea Eagle

Steller's sea eagle lives in coastal northeastern Asia.
Mainly preys on fish and water birds.

Steller's sea eagle is the largest bird in the genus Haliaeetus and is one of the largest raptors overall. Females vary in weight from 6,200 to 9,500 g (13.7 to 20.9 lb), while males are rather lighter with a weight range of 4,900 to 6,800 g (10.8 to 15.0 lb). The typical weight is variable, possibly due to seasonal variation in food access or general condition of eagles, but has been reported as high as a mean weight of 7,757 g (17.101 lb) to a median estimate weight of 6,250 g (13.78 lb), excluding expired eagles that were poisoned by lead and endured precipitous weight loss by the occasion of their deaths.

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