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It was long thought these fossils came from an eagle. Turns out they belong to the only known vulture species from Australia

By Ellen K. Mather, Adjunct associate lecturer, Flinders University
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The identification of a vulture that lived more than 50,000 years ago is shedding more light on biodiversity loss and ecosystem change in Australia.The Conversation

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