Cambodian vulture colony raises hope for endangered species

Some of India's vulture species are critically endangered, having lost 97% of their populations in the last few decades thanks to an allergic reaction to the now-banned veterinary drug diclofenac. But one species, the slender-billed vulture, has more hope of a survival, now that a colony of 50-100 birds has been found in Cambodia.

Link: Newly discovered Cambodian vulture colony raises hope for species.

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