Facts About Vulture

  

Vultures are known to eat dead animals and birds. They are mostly scavengers but when need arises they can turn out to be very clever predators too. These birds are found the world over except in Antarctica and Oceania. These birds are broadly classified according to their habitat. The Old World Vultures are found in Africa, Asia and Europe. The New World Vultures are found in parts of Americas.More...

Difference Between A Buzzard And A Vulture

Difference Between A Buzzard And A Vulture

A buzzard and a vulture have different meanings in North America and Europe. In fact they are often confused with each other. Generally in Britain and other parts of the world, hawks are named as “buzzards”. These birds have feathers covering their heads and necks.

The American black vulture and Turkey vulture come under this category. Their beaks are curved and shorter in length when compared to vultures. These beaks are specifically designed to help the bird fly rapidly at a fast pace. These birds are known to migrate from one place to another for breeding purposes.More...

 

Vulture Types

Vulture Types

Vultures are often referred to as scavengers. They play a great role in balancing our eco system and keeping our environment clean and green. They are probably the only living creatures which can eat and digest a decaying and decomposed organism. Prompt removal and eating of decomposed organisms by vultures has prevented the spread or occurrence of numerous diseases. Decaying bodies are a safe haven for numerous microorganisms which cause innumerable diseases to mankind and other living creatures. Vultures play a crucial role in balancing our eco system and are therefore necessary for our survival.More...

 

 

 

    
 

 

 


 

 

 
   
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