Moses Paragraph

The eagle is a majestic bird that lives in every environment except the polar
regions of Antarctica. It is traditionally symbolized by the ideas of power, strength, freedom,  and possession of great spirit. In fact, the Western European, Native American, and Chinese  cultures all see the Eagle similarly, and hold it in high esteem. In addition, eagles play a part
in literature, such as in C.S. Lewis’s, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Overall, Eagles
are special because they are large predatory birds that are viewed as the top predators in their
natural habitat, and because of this, they are seen as victorious and a symbol of freedom.


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