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Pairs of this majestic bird of prey mate for life & may live for as long as 32 years #SpeciesOfTheDay

Follow @world_wildlife on Twitter and don't miss a single day of species facts, photos, and more. Loading... About Species of the Day WWF and ARKive have partnered to launch Species of the Day to promote awareness of and to emphasize the importance of conserving the planet’s biodiversity. A different species will be featured each day, building environmental awareness through imagery. Check back daily and follow @worldwildlife on Twitter to follow this new feature. About WWF's Partnership with ARKive ARKive ’s mission is to promote the conservation of the world's threatened species, through the power of wildlife imagery. Given that WWF’s mission is the conservation of nature, including protecting endangered species; a partnership between the two organizations provides benefits to both as each spreads the word about conservation and endangered species. ARKive is an initiativ...

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