Old World vulture

NOUN
  1. any of several large vultures of Africa and Eurasia
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  • Unlike birds of prey, the talons of Old World vultures are relatively weak and unsuitable as weapons of attack.
  • While unfortunately few phylogenetic studies include both species together, a comprehensive recent DNA-based phylogeny found the two to be well apart, with Polyboroides down with Old World vultures and honey buzzards, while Geranospiza was in the buteonine clade that also includes Buteo (of course) and Leucopternus (Lerner et al. 2005). Archive 2006-05-01
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