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I’ve loved vultures since I was a kid. Their creepy appearance and strange habits have always fascinated me. It wasn’t until much later in life that I learned that most species of vulture are in danger of extinction. That’s why this film is especially meaningful to me.
Our video Vulture Dinner Party shows the morbidly mesmerizing reality of vultures at a kill in Etosha National Park, Namibia. The content is VERY GRAPHIC so if you have a weak stomach, don’t watch this film.
Vultures may not be cute and fluffy, but they play an essential role in the world’s ecosystems. To learn more about African vulture conservation visit VulPro.com, an excellent vulture conservation organization run by the hard working and dedicated Kerri Wolter in South Africa.
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