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Bearded vulture

Bearded vulture ##STADE## - coat 36
The bearded vulture is a large bird. It lives mainly in the mountains of Europe (Alps, Pyrenees) and Asia (Himalayas, Altai). It is also sometimes found in the northeast of Africa.

The bearded vulture is easily recognizable by the collar of white feathers around his neck. The underside of the body, however, is often orange in colour, the result of spending a lot of time bathing in mud. This big bird has a unique skill where it can let go of bones from a great height so that they break, making the marrow accessible for eating.

Bearded vultures live to about 30 years in the wild.


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Bearded vulture ##STADE## - coat 36

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