Why vultures matter, and what we lose if they’re gone

Posted by on May 5, 2016 6:50 pm
Categories: Science

The primary threat to vultures is the presence of toxins in the carrion they consume. Losses of vultures can allow other scavengers to flourish, and proliferation of such scavengers could bring bacteria and viruses from carcasses into human cities, say investigators.

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