Definition of bearded vulture in English:

bearded vulture

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  • another term for lammergeier.
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    • One of four species of vulture found in Europe, bearded vultures earned their name from a small tuft of dark feathers below their beaks.
    • Editor's reply: European scientists attempting to bolster the bearded vulture population tell us that the vultures often lay two eggs, and one hatchling will typically kill the other.
    • ‘We have to put food in the caves every third or fourth day,’ says Richard Zink, a biologist and project coordinator who monitors bearded vultures in Austria and Germany.

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