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The birth of three bald eagle chicks in captivity is "very usual", says Griff Griffiths, owner of the Wales Hawking Centre.
"People have had [bald eagles] in private collections and zoos in Wales for a long time, but they're notoriously difficult to raise"
"They just lose to too much weight and they die just before they hatch from an egg, unfortunately."
Three bald eagles have been born at the Welsh Hawking Centre in Barry. They're thought to be the first triplets in Wales.
It might seem hard to believe - but their wing span could eventually stretch to seven feet...