Feeding time - Pedro Wadt
the eurasian griffon, (Gyps fulvus) lives and nests around the heights and feed on carcasses or weak animals. When a carcass is spotted , packs of these birds gather around, circling through ascending air columns, and landing spread around the carcass, where they usually contest over feeding and the group dominance. The feeding time is remarkable on these kinds of necrophagous rapinants that play and important role on the ecological balance.
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