Bearded Vulture

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The bearded vulture is a long-lived bird with a mean lifespan of 21.4 years in the wild, but can live over 45 years in captivity.

The bearded vulture is a long-lived bird of prey with a mean lifespan of 21.4 years in the wild. In captivity, they have lived for over 45 years.

Sources: (Antor, et al., 2007; Brown, 2003; Tenenzapf, 2011)
Image: Tambako the Jaguar

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