Have you ever had the desire to swoop down on an unsuspecting field mouse and pierce its squishy flesh with talons capable of shearing their way through the flesh and bone of small woodland creatures almost instantaneously and then carry off your dinner to a remote tree top?
If so, I have a treat for you! The terminal velocity of a free falling skydiver with limbs tucked in is 320 km/h (200 mph or 89 m/s), which is also the maximum speed of the peregrine falcon diving down on its prey.
Now all you need is a nifty pair of talons, some duct tape to attach them, and an antigravity jetpack to keep you from making a crater in the ground and showering it with blood and other bodily fluids.
Was reading about terminal velocity on wikipedia. Just had to make a post about it.