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Egyptian Vulture

IUCN Status Globally: N/A

The Silk Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) is a small Old World vulture, found commonly allocated from north western European countries and southern region African-american to lower Japan. It is the only living member of the genus Neophron. It has sometimes also been known as the Light Scavenger Vulture or Pharaoh’s Hen. Like other birds it soars on thermals and the underwing non colored documents design and pitching wedge trail create it unique. It sometimes uses rocks to break the egg of wildlife making it one of the few wildlife that create use of resources. Birds that reproduce in the moderate area progress southern region during the cold months months season while exotic communities are relatively inactive. Populations of this types have dropped in the twentieth Millennium and some separated area types are particularly vulnerable.

References: http://wildlifeimages.org/

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