Wild Birds

South Nicobar Serpent Eagles

South Nicobar Serpent Eagles

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The South Nicobar Serpent Eagles (Spilornis klossi, formerly S. minimus) is a rare bird of prey that is endangered by habitat destruction.

It is endemic to India, where it inhabits subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.


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