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2.2 Charges


The eagle is second in importance only to the lion, and it too has a variety of representations.

An eagle is displayed if its wings and legs are spread and the tail shows between the legs. It can also be with wings inverted and double- headed.


When the feet are on the ground, the eagle is
rising, with wings elevated or displayed.

Small eagles
are "eaglets" 

Some animals have a very unique heraldic form.

Paschal Lamb

Heraldic tyger

The dolphin is considered a fish  

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