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"Bone Eating Bearded Vulture." - Realism my way.

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Good afternoon, the apparently live in the Alps, believe it or not - I uploaded the images in sequence but they did not flow in order.  I don't see option to reorder, so please excuse order - final, of course has my signature.

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13 hours ago, Pulse1.618 said:

They apparently live in the Alps.

One of these birds was spotted in the English Midlands this summer! See this link.

John


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That is awesome.  So one curious paradox of the bird is they cannot just bite and crack large animal bones.  In stead they fly up to a spot about 1,000 feet above the ground, targeting a super hard surface like rocks and boulders, then drop the bone to break it, then they eat the marrow, most nutritious insides of bone and slowly crunch up and eat bone.  Now, coming to a town near you, he he he.  Cool find, thanks.

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