Vultures play a vital role as scavengers and keep the ecosystem clean by consuming parts of animals that would otherwise go to waste.
Vultures are a key component to maintaining healthy ecosystems. Because of their role as nature’s garbage disposers, vultures are able to keep the environment clean and free of contagious diseases. These birds have an extremely corrosive stomach acid that allows them to consume rotting animal corpses. These scavenged leftovers are often infected with anthrax, botulinum toxins, rabies, and hog cholera that would otherwise kill other scavengers. By ridding the ground of dead animals, vultures prevent diseases from spreading to humans and animals.
This is why vulture are very important for earth and human. Save vulture, save environment photo exhibition some photos and news.
Save vulture, save environment vulture photo exhibition by krishna Mani Baral.
Krishna Mani Baral and Local journalist Teknarayan Bhattrai (2014). First record of nests and breeding success of Red-headed Vulture in Palpa.