Toruk the harpy eagle on Flickr.
Early South American explorers named these great birds after Harpyja, the predatory half-woman, half-bird monster of Greek mythology.
Beautiful submission, thanks!
Fun fact: A group of peafowl is called an ostentation, or a pride—very appropriate for this showy bird.
Keepers at the Safari Park report that Charlees is getting bigger and more adventurous every day.
Greater one-horned rhino calf, Charlees on Flickr. Charlees is the 61st greater one-horned rhino born here since 1975, making the Park the foremost breeding facility in the world for this species. We’re also the first facility in the Western Hemisphere to have a successfully reproducing group of third & fourth-generation rhinos of this species.