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Eagle
 
 (Herb. nesher; properly the griffon vulture or great vulture, so
 called from its tearing its prey with its beak), referred to for its
 swiftness of flight De 28:49 2Sa 1:23 its mounting high in the air
 Job 39:27 its strength Ps 103:5 its setting its nest in high places
 Jer 49:16 and its power of vision Job 39:27-30 This "ravenous bird"
 is a symbol of those nations whom God employs and sends forth to do a
 work of destruction, sweeping away whatever is decaying and
 putrescent Mt 24:28 Isa 46:11 Eze 39:4 De 28:49 Jer 4:13 48:40 It
 is said that the eagle sheds his feathers in the beginning of spring,
 and with fresh plumage assumes the appearance of youth. To this,
 allusion is made in Ps 103:5 and Isa 40:31 God's care over his
 people is likened to that of the eagle in training its young to fly
 Ex 19:4 De 32:11,12 An interesting illustration is thus recorded by
 Sir Humphry Davy:, "I once saw a very interesting sight above the
 crags of Ben Nevis. Two parent eagles were teaching their offspring,
 two young birds, the maneuvers of flight. They began by rising from
 the top of the mountain in the eye of the sun. It was about mid-day,
 and bright for the climate. They at first made small circles, and the
 young birds imitated them. They paused on their wings, waiting till
 they had made their flight, and then took a second and larger
 gyration, always rising toward the sun, and enlarging their circle of
 flight so as to make a gradually ascending spiral. The young ones
 still and slowly followed, apparently flying better as they mounted;
 and they continued this sublime exercise, always rising till they
 became mere points in the air, and the young ones were lost, and
 afterwards their parents, to our aching sight." (See) Isa 40:31
 There have been observed in Palestine four distinct species of
 eagles,
  1. the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos);
  2. the spotted eagle (Aquila naevia);
  3. the common species, the imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca); and
  4. the Circaetos gallicus, which preys on reptiles.
 The eagle was unclean by the Levitical law Le 11:13 De 14:12
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