Man v/s Vulture : A Health Crisis And A Cultural Dilemma

Behnaz M Nanavatti, MIT - WPU


While the topic of research here may seem to be rather bizarre it is an undermined and underappreciated part of our world. In today‟s day and age, there is a rise in the extinction of different animals and birds; some of which can be bred via Ex Situ Conservation whereas most of them cannot. They cease to reproduce due to lakh of population of their species and that is when hybrid species come into the picture. However, that is not exactly the line of thought here. So why talk about the Vultures? Their significance can be rather demoralized as no one really understands their reason for living. One can know more about their reason for existence through the food chain.

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