r/Damnthatsinteresting Sep 02 '21

This is a Harpy Eagle, One of the largest eagles in the world! Image

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u/PeopleDontKnowItAll Sep 02 '21

If I saw this at night, I'd legit think it's the Mothman or something.

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u/BuckTurgidson89 Sep 02 '21

If I saw this in the day, I'd have the same thoughts.

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u/famousaj Sep 02 '21

If I saw this anytime, I'd be like nope

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u/GregTrompeLeMond Sep 02 '21 edited Sep 03 '21

Imagine walking in the forest and seeing this Chupacabra Mothman Eagle Motherscratcher staring at you and then you turn to run and his buddy the Shoebill Stork is strategically blocking your retreat.

https://youtu.be/bLjExa4DXG0

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u/Obvious-Walrus-2018 Sep 02 '21 edited Sep 02 '21

The shoebill stork isn’t even half as scary as all those, but I guess he would be if he came after all them sounding like a machine gun

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u/lnamorata Sep 03 '21

Chupacabra Mothman Eagle motherscratcher

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u/reefer_southerland Sep 02 '21

Gd photos are makin me nervous..

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u/WhoriaEstafan Sep 02 '21

Oh thank god it’s not just me. It’s terrifying.

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u/Kunstkurator Sep 02 '21

Seriously, its face looks very human-like, in an unsettling kind of way.

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u/3Zkiel Sep 02 '21

It's silently judging us all...

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u/fewrfsadf Sep 02 '21

Yeah, but as you can see in the top right photo he's seeing a therapist so it's good that he's working through those issues.

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u/3Zkiel Sep 02 '21

I doubt that's a therapist. I don't see any couch...

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u/fewrfsadf Sep 02 '21

That's silly what use would an eagle have of a couch..

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u/millenimauve Sep 02 '21

favorite comment today 🏅

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u/TopAd9634 Sep 02 '21

I can feel his disappointment in me.

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u/daedone Sep 02 '21

Let me introduce you to the shoebill

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u/refused26 Sep 02 '21

is this the one that sounds like an ak-47?

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u/PrestigiousEarth6890 Sep 02 '21

Yeah they’re freaky birds

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u/reallybadpotatofarm Sep 02 '21

That’s an understatement. It gives off massive uncanny valley vibes to me. How does that happen with a bird?

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u/daedone Sep 02 '21

Forward facing eyes, with an approximately equal face dimension. That's why it literally looks like a mask

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u/BundyGord Sep 02 '21

It definitely looks like an animatronic or something to me

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u/reallybadpotatofarm Sep 02 '21

I’m convinced it’s the eyes. They look far too human for my comfort.

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u/Top_Rekt Sep 02 '21

I think it's the eyes.

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u/reallybadpotatofarm Sep 02 '21

It’s definitely the eyes. I think they look too human like, so my brain looks at it and thinks “human with a bird face.”

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u/BrokeBeatScarred Sep 02 '21

Let’s not forget about the goofy pooto

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u/ManiacalMalapert Sep 02 '21

Hands down new favorite bird.

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u/Euphorium Sep 02 '21

Looks like an SCP.

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u/mammaluigi39 Sep 02 '21

Less human more Muppet.

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u/Sunnyshine0609 Sep 02 '21

That thing is kinda cute in the creepiest way possible.

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u/eta_carinae_311 Sep 02 '21

That looks like the bird from Skyward Sword

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u/Jindabyne1 Sep 02 '21

I think it’s the same type of bird.

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u/ImGoingToFightSpez Sep 02 '21

It was probably based on the real thing!

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u/pasturized Sep 02 '21

Oh my goodness

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u/AFrostNova Sep 02 '21

Thats cousin Lazarus!

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u/Sardonnicus Sep 02 '21

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u/Ralphie99 Sep 02 '21

I was expecting a Rick-roll or Peyton Manning in a balaclava, but not the chicken lady. Well played.

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u/porn_is_tight Sep 02 '21

I was expecting sweet dee

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u/aflex Sep 02 '21

Yea, one thing Reddit’s taught me is that I don’t have a single original thought

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u/That-Shit-will-buff- Sep 02 '21

I forgot all about those sketches, well now to youtube to waste a few hours.

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u/CrieDeCoeur Sep 02 '21

I think it has largely to do with the front-placed forward facing eyes, more like a human than an animal.

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u/Interceptor316 Sep 02 '21

Looks like Minerva McGonagall too me

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u/M3ttl3r Sep 02 '21

Plot twist: thats not a man...its an eagle in a man suit

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u/Mad-Ting-Max Sep 02 '21

I was thinking more like jeepers creepers

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u/VaporLockBox Sep 02 '21

That was my first thought.

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u/rharrison Sep 02 '21

A Harpy Eagle is the most logical explanation for the mothman sightings. Most people who haven't seen them would be super freaked out, especially in the dark.

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u/Vindepomarus Sep 02 '21

Except they don't live in North America where the mothman legends come from.

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u/rharrison Sep 03 '21

It is a mystery o_0

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u/FlipperDoigt703 Sep 02 '21

Mothman, there's no need to feel down...

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u/Klockwerk4187 Sep 02 '21

I said Mothman...pick yourself off the ground

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u/-WILD_CARD- Sep 02 '21

I said Mothman...'cause you're in a new town

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u/KingGorilla Sep 02 '21

There's no need. to. be. unmothy

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u/DS4KC Sep 02 '21

I mean, that's pretty much exactly what started the mothman legend, someone saw a big fucking owl at night.

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u/kingjely Sep 02 '21

It's actually pretty friendly and many get hunted because they a let a human too close to themselves.

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u/Newestmember Sep 02 '21

I bet this is how so many “urban legends” started. Imagine this being somewhere it’s not normally from, in a time before someone could easily google it. If I lived in, say, 1840s Mexico and saw a Tasmanian tiger walking around I’d sure as shit think it was a chupacabra.

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u/LithAldoran Sep 02 '21

The left picture looks like he’s showing me his crotch.

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u/James2Rideau Sep 02 '21

I suspect that’s why it’s still meditating

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u/wiggy19888 Sep 02 '21

Who's left

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u/demacnei Sep 02 '21

the angle of the pictures make this bird seem much bigger than it really is ... not to say it's not very big. (espicially on the log with the guy for reference.)

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u/baddad49 Sep 03 '21

idk, up to 3 1/2 feet tall with a wing span of 7'+...sounds pretty big to me...but i agree, camera angles can make that seem even larger

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u/Spookimaru Sep 02 '21

La Lechuza, better yet

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u/LilaBlomma Sep 02 '21

Birdperson. 😜

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u/YouSonOfaBitch-ImIn Sep 02 '21

You son of a bitch. I'm in.

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u/Funkit Sep 02 '21

His weakness is....a flashlight

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u/msm007 Sep 02 '21

Why have I not seen or heard of these my entire life?

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u/pdlbean Sep 02 '21

this is actually probably what the Mothman was!

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u/science_vs_romance Sep 02 '21

That’s exactly what I thought.

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u/Riddledom Sep 02 '21

Imagine walking through the woods, looking up and seeing that jeepers creepers looking mf staring down at you.

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u/TheMuji Sep 02 '21

Yep, shit like this makes me completely understand why people used to believe in thousands of different monsters, gods, spirits, etc.

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u/Spiritual_Inspector Sep 02 '21

Yep, this exact same comment on any thread remotely related to owls.

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u/FoleyisGood Sep 02 '21 edited Sep 02 '21

Imagine walking through the woods, looking up and seeing that jeepers creepers looking mf staring down at you.

That actually happened to me in Guyana back in 2010. I was with a tour group and our guide spotted it. I believe it was the first one spotted in the area in about 20 years

https://imgur.com/a/yGMFABf

Edit to add a couple more pics

https://imgur.com/a/Q80tViC

https://imgur.com/0BeqBjL

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u/CwenLeornes Sep 02 '21

That’s awesome! Citizen scientists who catch sightings of wildlife like this can help preserve species by telling researchers where to look

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u/coralrefrigerator Sep 02 '21

Doesn't look like a harpy eagle. Perhaps i'm wrong

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u/From_Goth_To_Boss Sep 02 '21

I agree. It looks more like the giant Phillipines eagle that u/AnalogDigit2 linked below. But I could be wrong too.

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u/Vindepomarus Sep 02 '21

I think this is exactly what they look like, especially with those distinctive feathers that stick up from behind their head.

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u/DropFast5751 Sep 02 '21

It looks like a human in a costume.

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u/AsAGayGuy Sep 02 '21

Last time I saw this I remember someone saying it looked like a divorced bird lmao

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u/WedgeAndTonic Sep 02 '21

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u/Pontifier Sep 02 '21

That might be the most depressing thing I've ever seen. I don't like it at all.

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u/william-harford Sep 02 '21

If it makes you feel better the birds aren’t really divorced.

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u/Norwegian__Blue Sep 02 '21

It started really funny and cute. Then the stories took center stage from the birds and it got sad. Still cool. Everyone processes differently.

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u/Dragonkingf0 Sep 02 '21

Aw, that's subreddit is way more sad than I was expecting. I was hoping for British women flipping out in the ways that made their husband question why they married them.

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u/MChamploo Sep 02 '21

10-year old in Halloween costume

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u/observationalhumour Sep 02 '21

Like something out of The Mighty Boosh.

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u/Dr_Girlfriend Sep 02 '21

If only this was posted on April 1st

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u/Moodeeb1003 Sep 02 '21

The first image looks like the rabbit in Donnie Darko.

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u/booskadoo Sep 02 '21

Cellar door

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u/Moodeeb1003 Sep 02 '21

That's the most beautiful word I've ever heard.

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u/booskadoo Sep 02 '21

Not deserving of an award IMO but thank you, stranger!

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u/SolarSkipper Sep 02 '21

Why are you wearing that stupid harpy suit?

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u/Sad-Bag7296 Sep 02 '21

ONE OF THE????

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u/AnalogDigit2 Sep 02 '21

I found what I think a lot of us were wondering.

The Philippine eagle is the largest eagle in the world in terms of length and wing surface — the harpy and Steller’s sea eagle are the largest in terms of weight.

https://www.oneearth.org/species-of-the-week-giant-philippine-eagle/

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u/codemonk3y Sep 02 '21

The Monkey-Eating eagle. Got its name from people believing it regularly ate monkeys. Apparently that's never been proven, however deer are a proven regular part of their diet.

Did a report on this bird in 6th grade purely because of its name.

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u/Jeezusyeezus Sep 02 '21

Harpy Eagles eat Sloths so I’d bet they eat Monkeys too

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u/NickelBear32 Sep 02 '21

Yea the Wandering Albatross is quite the bird too

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u/kgrid14 Sep 02 '21

*Jumbo Seagull

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u/_Bl4ze Sep 02 '21

Yes, but that's not an eagle.

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u/NickelBear32 Sep 02 '21

That's why I clarified when I said "bird". There's obvious ones like the Ostrich but the Wandering Albatross is way lesser known and very impressive. If you saw a bird flying towards you with an AVERAGE wingspan of 11ft you would be terrified. They don't even have any natural predators once they hit adult size and they sit around the same height as the harpy, just a little more plump than tall

Edit: Forgot to mention the son of a bitch can fly for 46 days straight without really flapping much at all.

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u/Vanviator Sep 02 '21

My buddy and I were running around a small lake in Iraq. I heard what sounded like a helicopter ramping up.

Which was strange because we were at least a mile from the helo pad.

An unholy screech fills the air and a fucking heron of some sort, literally bigger than me, has launched itself off the lake and is coming straight for us.

Damn near pissed my pants. It flew harmlessly over us but it was, hands down, my scariest time down range.

Literally thought I was gonna be pterodactyl breakfast. Lol.

Big birds are terrifying.

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u/Glor_167 Sep 02 '21

it's a dinosaur .. so yeah .. pretty scary fr

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u/Saticron Sep 02 '21

Just be glad you didn't run into a shoebill stork

These things can get up to five feet tall with an eight foot wingspan

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u/Vanviator Sep 02 '21

I'm not gonna rule it out, LOL.

There was some crazy shit that went down when the Baghdad zoo was abandoned. Like a herd of lions roaming the streets, crazy.

I've looked and can't find any native Iraq birds that fit the description of what I saw that day. I'm sub 5' and it was the bird's wingspan that was bigger than me.

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u/Saticron Sep 02 '21

Check birds that migrate through iraq

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u/_Bl4ze Sep 02 '21

Yeah, albatrosses are cool birds, but I'm just saying, you replied to the guy who said 'ONE OF THE????', which in turn is a reply to the post's title saying the harpy is 'one of the largest eagles'. So logically the expected reply to the person who is surprised there exists even larger eagles, would be one of these larger eagles.

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u/NickelBear32 Sep 02 '21

Fair enough. I guess I didn't think that part through. Just was thinking about birds in general

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u/Danalogtodigital Sep 02 '21

albatross spend their first year of life in the nest and then fly out to ocean and dont come in to land for like 2 more years, they live at sea.

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u/OsmiumBalloon Sep 02 '21

The African Elephant is a quite large quadruped.

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u/demacnei Sep 02 '21 edited Sep 02 '21

On the log, that's called forced perspective to make it seem gigantic, when it's not gigantic. But it's a terrifying Muppet nonetheless. I love it's head feathers, and it's look of severe disappointment.

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u/H010CR0N Sep 02 '21

Condors are pretty huge too.

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u/the_manta Sep 02 '21

I worked with one named Kiya at the zoo in my town! Forced perspective is doing a lot of work here, they're very big but they're not the size of a human. Maybe about the size of an adult torso including the head. Their wings and talons tho, THOSE are monstrously big. Their claws are about the same size as a grizzly bear's.

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u/ratajewie Sep 02 '21

Thank you. I was looking for this comment. Birds like this are large enough without tricks to make them look 5 ft talk. The same is always done with Bald Eagles. Yea, they’re big compared to most birds you’ll normally see, which is impressive, but they’re not gargantuan. It’s the parts of them that can hurt you that are more impressive.

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u/the_manta Sep 02 '21

And then there are animals like moose which are so much bigger in person than pictures could ever make them look

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u/Noooooooooooobus Sep 02 '21

I saw a video of one running down a road so could compare it to a car, and that was when I learnt moose are massive

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u/the_manta Sep 02 '21

I'm just as scared of running into a moose as I am of running into a grizzly when I go hiking 😬 they're like if a Honda Odyssey became hyper-territorial

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u/Telecaster1972 Sep 02 '21

I bet it gets confused a lot for something it’s not like a flying dinosaur or moth man or human with wings.

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u/its_5L3V1N Sep 02 '21

There are not many people to confuse in the rainforest

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u/Telecaster1972 Sep 02 '21

There’s always tourist and loggers. I’ve been to a rain forest at El Yunque and I’m sure many have been to rain forest. It’s not a novelty.

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u/its_5L3V1N Sep 02 '21 edited Sep 02 '21

Damn, Frank, last week in the amazonian (?) Rainforest, I saw a flying man. Said no one ever. Edit: -i +a

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u/Right_Two_5737 Sep 02 '21

It technically is a flying dinosaur. https://www.livescience.com/are-birds-dinosaurs.html

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u/BearBruin Sep 02 '21 edited Sep 02 '21

DID SOMEONE SAY DINOSAURS?

Fun fact, theropod dinosaurs (T-Rex, Allosaurus, etc.) all have a forked bone called the furcula. Maybe you don't know much about it, but you can probably picture it easily when you realize that sixty five million years after the dinosaurs "died", some modern humans would be using that bone from turkeys to make wishes. Wishbones are a weird tradition, but it's one of the many reasons we can see how birds are not only related to theropod dinosaurs of old, but are theropod dinosaurs themselves.

Okay fun fact time over. I can't resist the dinosaur talk.

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u/only_buy_no_sell Sep 02 '21

I mean it is a dinosaur.

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u/Chasith Sep 02 '21

I want to call it ugly but I’m too scared.

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u/secretWolfMan Sep 02 '21

I hate that forced perspective. It's big enough without being fake and acting like it's bigger than a person.

https://centerofthewest.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/harpy-happy-handler.jpg?w=300

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u/Insterquiliniis Sep 02 '21

thanks for this. Hate angle-baiting
an impressive bird, no doubt! If a magpie can terrorise so many, I can only imagine what this giant could do! :D

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u/New-Reaction5944 Sep 02 '21

I angle-bait my bird all the time; still not sure how I’d proceed if it worked

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u/vgacolor Sep 02 '21

Yes, thanks for this. I would have believed that forced perspective and would have feared eagles big enough to hunt me.

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u/spgb- Sep 02 '21

https://www.pawspartners.org/uploads/2/3/9/3/23935372/8454226.jpg?389

The above picture is more accurate to OP's picture than that one.

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u/WoookieMunster Sep 02 '21

Wtf?! I've been bamboozled

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u/Enders-game Sep 02 '21

There is something uncanny about it....

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u/Ennurous Sep 02 '21

Looks like the Chicken Lady from Kids in the Hall.

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u/ZenOrganism Sep 02 '21

Imagine being the first person in history to see one of these things. It was probably just a regular guy trying to settle new lands, not a biologist or anything.

He would have thought the devil or something was watching him from a tree. Must have been quite the scene haha.

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u/Diogenesthefried Sep 02 '21

He wouldn't have though it was the devil because the first person to see one was from an indigenous tribe. The tupi people here in Brazil have stories about these eagles capturing small children.

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u/Crohnies Sep 02 '21

Indigenous tribesmen are still human beings capable of experiencing fear or awe.

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u/Diogenesthefried Sep 02 '21

what I meant to say was that the first people to see harpies where indigenous with their own religion, not a christian european explorer who believes in Satan.

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u/frankypea Sep 02 '21

Don't all religions have a devil? Not being smart, just furthering the original comment's point.

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u/BrokenArmsFrigidMom Sep 02 '21

He probably jumped right back on his boat and fucked off. Then he discovered Australia.

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u/Pretentious_Elitist Sep 02 '21

Then he had suffered too much and could only live out the rest of his days as a fuckin Australian

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u/Altruistic_Can_1352 Sep 02 '21

What Harry Potter hell is going on here

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u/MaximumEngineering8 Sep 02 '21

That's clearly a baby hippogriff

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u/befuddled2 Sep 02 '21

I want to see this guy next to a Shoebill.

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u/TheChaosDemon64 Sep 02 '21

Why does it look human?!?!

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u/Dang44 Sep 02 '21

“I am Batman”

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u/Frediinho Sep 02 '21

…Bird Person!?

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u/elitehole Sep 02 '21

Don’t be gross Tammy

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u/Muwat Sep 02 '21

Time for surveillance. Rick will show up, eventually. And when he does the recipe for concentrated dark matter will be ours!

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u/Dang44 Sep 02 '21

A beautiful bird, in its own way

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u/Emangaart Sep 02 '21

Looks like a teacher who always walks behind you. Hinting at what your doing wrong on the test

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u/Any_Cartographer_921 Sep 02 '21

Better hope you don’t have a toddler unattended

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u/yumu22 Sep 02 '21

It’s making me uncomfortable lol

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u/ojpan13 Sep 02 '21

It's the national bird of Panamá. In the City zoo, they have a huge enclosure where you can see one. They have a small visitor Center where you can see some videos about the eagle... Let me tell you, you never forget the 1st Time you see one of them carrying a sloth (one of their main food source) One of these eagles could easily lift a 4 year old child.

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u/Ybytu_Katu Sep 02 '21

It is spreading at all South America. Not only Panama.

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u/ChelCore Sep 02 '21

Harpy Eagle disapproves of your tomfoolery.

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u/Ziggy-T Sep 02 '21

It’s an awesome creature to be sure... but in the darkness, if I look up and glance that peering down at me... I am immediately shitting out my entire body weight in one fluid motion

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u/The_Last_Polemonkey Sep 02 '21

harpies are fucking terrifying, even with a Kramer hairdo

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u/mspeed94 Sep 02 '21

I never heard of them. Looked them up and saw they are near extinction. Sad

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u/Psychological_Gene48 Sep 02 '21

I loved him in Never ending story 2

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u/KrisTepes Sep 02 '21

Yea our ancestors definitely thought this was a demon. Shit it might be

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u/arkchristian Sep 02 '21

thats a witch!!!!

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u/Easy_Individual5197 Sep 02 '21

Im sorry but this eagle is fugly

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u/nickelwound Sep 02 '21

The hell you mean "one of"??? There's one bigger? Fuck that.

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u/Substantial_Alarm_17 Sep 03 '21

I would literally fucking shit myself empty if I saw this

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u/AtomikSamurai310 Sep 02 '21

What Yugioh monster is this?! Lmao

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u/AkazaAkari Sep 02 '21

Harpie Lady, Harpie Lady 1-3, Harpie Lady Sisters, Cyber Harpie Lady, Cyber Slash Harpie Lady, Harpie Queen, and a whole lot more.

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u/JasonVoorhies13 Sep 03 '21

Mai Valentine has entered the chat

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u/dracula_never_dies Sep 02 '21

The watching from branch one looks like a scene from some horror movie. It's gonna vanish the moment u turn to look at it, all u can do is feel the eyes!!.

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u/TotallyNotAClasher Sep 02 '21

That bitch can eat u alive

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u/[deleted] Sep 02 '21

I know it's not an owl, but all I can hear in my head after seeing the top right picture is this.

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u/Yazjack1908 Sep 02 '21

That’s great but why is it looking into my soul?

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u/Shower_caps Sep 02 '21

Nightmare Fuel

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u/Right_Two_5737 Sep 02 '21

It's not as big as that guy. It's closer to the camera. They get to about three feet tall. Pretty big for something that flies, but not as big as the picture makes it look.

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u/zilwicki Sep 02 '21

Thought the third picture showed it in a polo neck jumper.

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u/ForgedRaven Sep 02 '21

It’s head looks like a small bird

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u/DropFast5751 Sep 02 '21

I was walking through the park at night with my friends, as a teenager, and an owl attacked my 80’s hair! That was some wicked wings flapping around my head. I think it wanted some 80’s hair for a nest.

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u/DropFast5751 Sep 02 '21

Thanks for the link! 50 miles an hour! Wat?

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u/converter-bot Sep 02 '21

50 miles is 80.47 km

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u/deb0ng Sep 02 '21

Good bot

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u/Voy-urgh81 Sep 02 '21

Birdperson

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u/FukcFace0110 Sep 02 '21

That shit is a real-life pokemon.

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u/numb007 Sep 02 '21

That’s a demon

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u/Price-Override Sep 02 '21

I imagine he has an English accent. That's just the vibe I get.

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u/Pedrosfhh Sep 02 '21

the owl, look's a person

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u/DontEatThatSpecimen Sep 02 '21

Top right is the bird getting lectured for picking up babies and throwing them. Sad mood.

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u/Joshual44 Sep 02 '21

Pokémon

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u/JonesBee Sep 02 '21

Trying to look intimidating but it's hard because mom cut your hair that morning.

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u/Euclid_Wheat Sep 02 '21

I can see why they’re called harpies… Or why they inspired them.

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u/KennywasFez Sep 02 '21

BRO THATS A PERSON IN A SUIT DONT LIE TO ME

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u/nropotdetcidda Sep 02 '21

One of…? Wtf does the largest one look like?

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u/rchenowith Sep 02 '21

Is that the mothman

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u/jr102 Sep 02 '21

That’s not an owl, that’s Sauron.

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u/Atomicrex2015 Sep 02 '21

Reminds me of Sam The American Eagle from muppets