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A Lappet-Faced Vulture shows how large he is to intimidate the other vultures at a gazelle kill. A hayena took the kill from a cheeta, and the vultures were moving in to get the leftovers on the Serengeti one January afternooon in Tanzania, Africa.
Technical: Canon 1D Mark II 8-megapixel camera, Canon 500 mm f/4 L IS lens plus a 1.4x teleconverter giving 700 mm at f/5.6. Exposure: 1/125 second at ISO 200.
Wild and free. No calls or bait were used to acquire this image.
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Keywords to this image = africa africa_2007 tanzania serengeti bird lappet-faced vulture
Image ID: vulture.c01.19.2007.JZ3F8070b-700.jpg
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Last updated February 18, 2019