The Bakila, or what humans call ‘Polar Eagle,’ was genetically engineered by the Second Ramaxian Gen from the fossilized remains of a Haast’s Eagle, a species of eagle that once lived on the South Island of New Zealand until its extinction in 1400.
Females are significantly larger than males, weighing an average of 30 to 40 lbs, with a wingspan of up to 12 feet. They have adapted to the coastal cold, and primarily hunt the dense population of cephalopods that took over the northern coastal waters of the Ramx`atol after the melting of the Ronne-Filchner Ice Shelf.
Second Generation Genetic Developments: Surface Wildlife
Second Generation Genetic Developments: Livestock
Second Generation Genetic Developments: Grains and Vegetation
- Vegetables, Grains, and Fruits