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Mullerornis agilis Aepyornis maximus is commonly known as the 'elephant bird', a term that apparently originated from Marco Polo 's account of the rukh in , although he was apparently referring to an eagle-like bird strong enough to "seize an elephant with its talons". The legend of the roc could also have originated from sightings of such a giant subfossil eagle related to the African crowned eagle , which has been described in the genus Stephanoaetus from Madagascar,  being large enough to carry off large primates; today, lemurs still retain a fear of aerial predators such as these. Another might be the perception of ratites retaining neotenic features and thus being mistaken for enormous chicks of a presumably more massive bird. The ancient Malagasy name for the bird is vorompatra, meaning "bird of the Ampatres". The Ampatres are today known as the Androy region of southern Madagascar.