Our son Nick sent us something that he has learned while in Peru. I’ve had a hard time getting it out of my mind.
Apparently there is a certain type of eagle that will generally live about 30 years. I don’t know if eagles more closely match dog years or human years, but I would think that as far as birds go, that is probably a pretty good run.
However, if the eagle somehow breaks its beak and claws off, it will grow new ones and live another 30 years.
My first thought was how could the eagles communicate with each other to snap off those appendages at year 29.75.
I don’t know the answer to that. I can’t imagine that there is a little spot behind the water cooler at Eagle Central where the secret is passed on from one to another.
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