Photo Credits: fairy-wren. The White-backed vulture is an endangered species breeding in trees on the savannah of west and east Africa, laying one egg. The vulture weight 9 to 16 pounds and has a 6-7 foot wingspan. Like other vultures, it is a scavenger, feeding mostly from carcasses of animals which it finds by soaring over savannah. It also takes scraps from human habitations.
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