Biology and appearanceEdit
Hook hawks had large sharp talons and hooked beaks which they used in hunting and killing their prey.
Hook hawks were a formidable hunter. Hook hawks hunted in packs searching for prey. The hook hawks would circle their prey and hover there while they sang a hypnotic song. The song, if the prey was exposed to it for long enough, could cause paralysis. After this, the hook hawks would dive and using their hooked beaks and sharp talons to gouge out the prey's eyes and throats.