VULTURE, BLACK AMERICAN - Coragyps atratus
North America
It represents the most common species of vultures in America, especially in the South: it has black plumage, and lives in large flocks, very frequent on the outskirts of the villages, where it eats garbage. Dimensions: 56-74 cm. Wingspan: 130-170 cm.  




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