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They are said to have carried children off to the Underworld, abducted those that had angered the Gods, and played a key role in enacting vengeance against them. In the Greek myth depicting the punishment of King Phineus of Thrace, the Harpies are especially nasty. Having angered Zeus, Phineus is condemned to be continually presented with food but unable to eat it - either because the Harpies ate it themselves, or because they pooed all over it. Harpies are undeniably monstrous, because they are women that undermine and threaten patriarchal and phallocentric ideology; they are terrifying and disgusting because they do not conform to stereotypes of femininity.
Harpy eagles Harpia harpyja are distributed throughout Central to South America. They are found from southern Mexico to the eastern part of Bolivia, southern Brazil, and northern Argentina. Harpy eagles live in the canopies of tropical lowland rainforests. They prefer undisturbed forests but will also hunt along open patches of land. They generally are found in mid to upper levels of rain forest canopies where they are able to find preferred prey.
Size and Weight: The harpy is one of the largest species of eagle. As is often the case with birds of prey, females are larger than males. The birds can grow to inches. Females weigh between 13 to 20 lbs 6 to 9 kg.