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New study: India may have even fewer vultures than we thought

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The Indian Vulture is one of three vulture species reassessed in a new paper released today © Sudipto Roy India’s Critically Endangered vulture populations seemed to be stabilising, but a new study reveals that numbers may be fewer than we thought. Although vulture-killing livestock drug diclofenac has been banned, other drugs, equally fatal to vultures, have not. This is thought to be the main cause.Od7aISbF7es

 

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