Eagles are special birds. They are popularly known as king of birds because of certain attributes they exhibit. Eagles have a life span of upto 70 years. When they are upto 30 years they undergo rebirth or rejuvenation which enables them to live for another 30 to 40 years. The power of an eagle lies in it's powerful wings, beak and talons.
It has a very powerful beak which continues to grow throughout it's lifetime. This beak is so strong that it can pierce through the body of any animal it wants to carry, but it does not last throughout it's lifetime. When the eagle is around 30 years old, it goes to the mountain to remove it's beak, wings and talons, so that it can grow a new one, to which it will live for the next 30 to 40 years. This process is called eagle rebirth or rejuvenation.
It is a difficult process for the eagle but it must undergo this process for it to live. The eagle will stay in the mountain until a new beak, wings and talons have regrown. In this process, it renews it's life and strength to live for another 30 years.
Eagle removing it's wings
An eagles beak regrowing
This is how their beak looks like during and after rebirth
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