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 Lammergeier  (Gypaetus barbatus )


Old World vulture with a wingspan of 2.7 m/9 ft. It ranges over southern Europe, North Africa, and Asia, in wild mountainous areas. It feeds on offal and carrion and drops bones onto rocks to break them and so get at the marrow. (Species Gypaetus barbatus, family Accipitridae.)

Also called bearded vulture because of the long bristles on its chin. It is over 1 m long with a wingspan of 3 m. It is brown with tawny underparts and a black-and-white face.


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