JWG (jwg) wrote,
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Vultures awaiting their turn

These vultures were awaiting their turn, clearly not wanting to get in the way of these hungry lions.

I've been reading how game wardens who were looking for poachers often used the presence and actions of vultures as a clue as to where poachers have just been since they kill, strip the valuables, and leave the carcass - but were often not far away.





A rather feathery creature



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