When the eagles reach its 40th year of life, a very painful process of eagle’s rebirth begins!
Animal Nutritionals will surprise you: an eagle has two lives! When the eagle reaches its 40th year of life, the eagle’s claws begin to age and cannot effectively capture its prey; its beak becomes long and curved, and it will hang down to the position of its breast; its wings will grow. The dense and thick feathers make its wings heavy and difficult to fly. But at this time, a very painful process of eagle’s rebirth begins! 👍
Therefore, the eagle flies alone to the top of the mountains. The first step in rebirth is to remove the ageing beak. The eagle puts its head against the rough rock and rubs it down and down the stone wall, grinding away the ageing beak skin layer by layer until it is completely peeled off. At this time, the eagle can no longer swallow food. It does not eat or drink, relying on the little energy in its body to support its life, waiting quietly in the painful suffering. 😫
A few months later, a new beak slowly grew, and the eagle began the second step of rebirth: it uses the new beak to pull out the ageing toenails from its paws one by one… and then there is a painful and long wait – the dying eagle grows new toenails! 🤷♀️
Finally, it is the time to pass the last hurdle: the eagle uses the newly grown toenail to pull out the long and heavy feathers one by one… When the new feathers grow out, the eagle has completed the Nirvana Rebirth!💥
With new beaks, new claws, new feathers, the eagle can hunt again, and the reborn eagle can live another 30 years! ⚡ see more about eagles here