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Steller’s Sea-eagle (Haliaeetus pelagicus), named after the noted German naturalist Georg Wilhelm Steller and often called the world's most magnificent bird of prey, is native to eastern Russia, inhabiting coastal cliffs and estuaries where they can easily access good fishing territories. It is a large bird – the heaviest eagle in existence – with a dark body, white forehead, shoulders, tail, and thighs, and bright-yellow bill. It is believed that they are glacial relics that evolved in the narrow, northeast Asian coast and simply stayed there through multiple Ice Age cycles, never occurring anywhere else.
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