mob-logo
Leaderboard
Sign In
mob-logo
Sign In

Philippine Eagle vs Bald EagleSee Who Wins

Philippine Eagle vs Bald Eagle - Animal Matchup

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a thrilling aerial battle ahead of us between two of the world's most majestic birds of prey: the Philippine Eagle and the Bald Eagle. These powerful raptors are known for their incredible hunting abilities and agility in the air. Let's see who will emerge as the supreme avian in this exhilarating 3-round fight.

Join The Debate

Contender 1: Philippine Eagle

The Philippine Eagle, also known as the monkey-eating eagle, is a large bird of prey that can grow up to 3 feet tall with a wingspan of up to 7 feet. It has a distinctive appearance with its dark brown feathers, white underbelly, and a shaggy crest of feathers on its head. The eagle's powerful talons and sharp beak make it a formidable hunter, and it primarily feeds on monkeys, flying squirrels, and other small mammals.

Fun Fact: The Philippine Eagle is one of the rarest and most endangered birds in the world, with only around 400 individuals remaining in the wild.

Contender 2: Bald Eagle

The Bald Eagle, also known as the American Eagle, is a bird of prey found in North America. It is known for its white head and tail feathers, dark brown body, and sharp talons. Bald Eagles have a wingspan of up to 7 feet and can weigh up to 14 pounds. They are known for their impressive hunting skills and can dive at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour to catch their prey.

Fun Fact: Bald Eagles are known for their impressive eyesight, which is four times better than that of a human. They can spot their prey from up to two miles away!

Matchup Stats

Philippine EagleBald Eagle
SizeUp to 3 feet (91 cm) tall, wingspan up to 7 feet (213 cm)Up to 3 feet (91 cm) in height and 7 feet (213 cm) in wingspan. Metric: Up to 91 cm in height and 213 cm in wingspan
WeightUp to 20 pounds (9 kg)Up to 14 pounds (6.4 kg). Metric: Up to 6.4 kg
SpeedSpeed: 50 mph (80.47 km/hr)Speed: 120 mph (193 km/hr)
Key StrengthPowerful talons and sharp beakSharp talons and powerful beak
Biggest WeaknessNoneVulnerable to larger predators such as bears and cougars
Fun Fact: The Philippine Eagle is the national bird of the Philippines and is considered a symbol of strength and freedom in the country.
Fun Fact: Bald Eagles are not actually bald. The name "bald" comes from the Old English word "balde," which means white. The white feathers on their head and tail give them a bald appearance.
Who do you think will win?

Current Votes

Philippine Eagle
0%
Bald Eagle
0%
0 votes

Philippine Eagle vs Bald Eagle

See Who Wins


Our AI fight will simulate a 3 round match between the Philippine Eagle and the Bald Eagle. It considers each Animal's size, strength, and natural predatory behaviors. As in nature, each match is unique, and the outcome can vary.

View More Matches

Looking For More?

Create Your Own Matchup

Scientific Stats

Philippine EagleBald Eagle
Scientific NamePithecophaga jefferyiHaliaeetus leucocephalus
FamilyAccipitridaeAccipitridae
HabitatTropical forestsNear water bodies such as lakes, rivers, and coasts
GeographyEndemic to the PhilippinesNorth America
DietPrimarily monkeys, flying squirrels, and other small mammalsFish, small mammals, and birds
Lifespan30 years - 60 years20 years - 30 years

Key Differences between Philippine Eagle and Bald Eagle

The Philippine Eagle is larger, has a different coloration, a larger and more powerful beak, blue-gray eyes, and is only found in the Philippines. It also primarily feeds on monkeys and flying lemurs, while the Bald Eagle feeds on fish, waterfowl, and small mammals.
  1. Coloration: The Philippine Eagle has a dark brown body with white underparts and a shaggy crest, while the Bald Eagle has a brown body with a white head and tail.
  2. Diet: The Philippine Eagle primarily feeds on monkeys, flying lemurs, and other small mammals, while the Bald Eagle feeds on fish, waterfowl, and small mammals.
  3. Habitat: The Philippine Eagle is found only in the Philippines, while the Bald Eagle is found in North America and parts of Eurasia.
  4. Size: The Philippine Eagle is larger than the Bald Eagle, with a length of up to 3.3 feet and a wingspan of up to 7 feet, while the Bald Eagle has a length of up to 3 feet and a wingspan of up to 6.5 feet.
  5. Beak: The Philippine Eagle has a large, curved, and powerful beak that is blue-gray at the base and yellow at the tip, while the Bald Eagle has a yellow beak that is hooked at the tip.
  6. Eyes: The Philippine Eagle has blue-gray eyes, while the Bald Eagle has yellow eyes.