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Necrosyrtes monachus -Sabi Sand Reserve, Mpumalanga province, South Africa-8.jpg

Hooded vultures (Necrosyrtes monachus) are scavengers and carrion-eaters. Because of their relatively small size and weak bill, they generally wait at a carcass to pick up scraps left by larger vultures. In urban areas, they scavenge in refuse dumps and gutters. On seashores, they feed at low tide on mussels, spiny lobsters, mollusks or dead fish. They also eat grasshoppers, grubs and locusts.

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