|Mature White-backed Vulture|
The White-backed Vulture is a bird of the family Accipitridae which also includes eagles and hawks. They live in the African grasslands. They eat the leftovers of big cats. After their meal, they clean their feathers well so that they are always in good flying condition.
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- IUCN redlist.
- Morris, Neil; Hilary Bird, Paul Kilgour, Jenny Sharman (1998). Children's First Encyclopedia. Italy. pp. 151. .