Thursday, 25 February 2010

Vultures in India

Vultures that I saw on the way back from rock paintings a few hours from Bundi in Rajasthan, India. This apparently a very rare sight as 95 percent of the population of vultures were killed off in India because of the widespread use of a chemical called diclofeni used to treat cows throughout India. This is another reason to give up eating cows and animals and let them roam freely like all life on earth should.

My only reasoning why these vultures have survived is because there is less humans in this area and these birds could be eating antelope which is in the area.

This a sight when I wished I had a zoom lens for my camera.

This area was most lightly jungle before humans got there hands on the trees.

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