“The crop top is the quintessential summer staple. The right amount of bare summer skin”

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The African Eagle is a carnivore and primarily eats fish, especially mullets and catfish. But they will also eat cichlids, tilapia, characins, and African tiger fish.

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The IUCN lists the African fish eagle as “least concern” and considers its population stable. Presently, there are no significant threats facing this species

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Reproduction occur during the dry season when the water levels are low, which can vary by region. Females lay one to three eggs, and the couple takes turns incubating while the other hunts. The incubation period is 42 to 45 days

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Their population size is 300,000 individuals with steady numbers. The conservation status is “least concern” due to their extremely large range and population size.

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Researchers concluded there is a direct link between seasonality changes and lake health, which has the potential to harm the wildlife in that habitat.

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