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Do You Believe This Photograph of a Rainbow Harpy Eagle Is Genuine?

This is not real picture of a Rainbow harpy eagle. 
This gorgeous bird's photograph has been digitally enhanced to make it look more vibrant than it really is.

This artwork was produced by Arstation user Godserg art approximately 2018 as part of series of rainbow-colored animals. 
As well as message from Godserg art suggesting that the picture was created using Photoshop, the original posting included tags such as "Digital Painting," "illustration," and "speedpaint."

Godserg art also made rainbow tiger, rainbow bear, and rainbow wolf, all of which are definitely creative interpretations and not actual photographs:

The harpy eagle is the biggest raptor in the Americas and one of the largest in the world. Harpy eagles may grow up to over 7 feet in wingspan and have talons as large as bear claws. a statement from the American Bird Conservancy:

As the top predators in the jungle, these majestic eagles have no natural enemies. They feed on tree-dwelling animals include sloths, monkeys, and opossums; big birds such as macaws and curassows; and reptiles including iguanas and snakes.

Harpy Eagles have legs as thick as an arm and talons as long as a grizzly bear's claws, making them really remarkable birds.

Although they are extremely enormous raptors, they aren’t especially colorful. PBS writes:

"The harpy eagle's feathers are dark gray above and white below. There's a black band around its neck, and a gray feathered hat tops it all off. The plumage of males and females is the same."

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