Why do we think this is a rapt, and not a bird?

Rapts are raptors that live in a raptor habitat, but their habitat is not a rapt’s.

They do have some unique traits that give them a birdlike appearance.

For example, they are not birds and have a bird-like wing span.

They also do not have a long tail.

These traits make them extremely versatile hunters and pack hunters.

Rapts live in tropical and subtropical areas where they hunt for prey like birds and reptiles.

Raptors do not prey on birds.

But in the wild, they can prey on other raptors and even on people.

The raptors in this video can be seen as a bird, but they do not eat birds.

They are not aggressive, but sometimes you will see them fighting each other.

It is important to remember that raptors are a protected species.

They can be hunted by people and wildlife conservation groups and they can also be targeted by the U.S. military.

These animals are not hunted to extinction.

But there is still work to be done to help protect the raptors.