Myth about child-eating eagle may have a basis in fact, scientists say

06/10/2013 | SmithsonianMag.com

Researchers say that a Maori myth describing a huge bird that swoops down to carry off humans is likely based in fact. Studies show that a colossal bird called the Haast eagle, which has been extinct for about 500 years, was likely capable of striking child-sized prey and carrying it off to a mountain lair for consumption.

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