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Vulture

Photo of a vulture
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Scientific name: families: accipitridae (aegypiinae) and cathartidae

The vulture is the common name for a large bird from two families of bird. Vultures don't hunt for food, they eat animals that are already dead. Vultures are found all over the world except Antarctica, Australia and its surrounding islands. Vultures are distinctive for having a bald head. They are related to the condor.

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