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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Vulture known for?

Vultures are known for being large, social, and scavenging birds that live on every continent except Antarctica and Australia.

Some of the interesting facts about vultures are:
  • They have different names depending on where they live, such as condors or buzzards.
  • They have great eyesight and can spot a dead animal from over a mile away.
  • They have no voice box, so they can only make hisses or grunts.
  • They defecate on their legs to keep cool and vomit to scare away predators.
  • They are monogamous and return to the same partner every breeding season.
  • Some of them eat bones, eggs, or fruits instead of meat.
Vultures are fascinating and important animals that deserve respect and protection.

By conserving vultures, we can also benefit from their services and maintain a healthy balance in nature.

What does the Vulture look like?

The vulture is a bird of prey that scavenges on dead animals.

There are 23 different species of vultures, divided into two groups: Old World vultures and New World vultures.

They have bald or featherless heads, which help them keep clean and cool when feeding on carcasses.

The vulture also have sharp beaks and claws, and strong stomachs that can digest rotten meat.

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