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lešinar [ muški rod ]

scavenger [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. scavager an officer with various duties, originally attending to scavage, from Old Eng. and Eng. scavage. Related to Scavage, Show.
A chemical agent that is added to a chemical mixture to counteract the effects of impurities.
Any animal that feeds on refuse and other decaying organic matter.

lešinar [ muški rod {ptica} ]

aasvogel [ imenica {ptica} ]
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(S African) vulture.

Andean condor [ imenica {ptica} ]
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Large vulture of the high Andes having black plumage and white neck ruff; Also called: Vultur gryphus.
A very large American vulture (Vultur gryphus) of the high Andes having the head and neck bare and the plumage dull black with a downy white neck ruff and white patches on the wings — called also Andean condor; california condor

buzzard [ imenica {ptica} ]
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ETYM O.Eng. busard, bosard, French busard, from buse, Latin buteo, a kind of falcon or hawk.
Common in South and Central America and southern United States; SYN. turkey buzzard, turkey vulture, Cathartes aura.
The common European short-winged hawk; SYN. Buteo buteo.
Any of a number of species of medium-sized hawks with broad wings, often seen soaring. The common buzzard Buteo buteo of Europe and Asia is about cm/1.8 ft long with a wingspan of over 1.2 m/4 ft. It preys on a variety of small animals up to the size of a rabbit.
The rough-legged buzzard B. lagopus lives in the northern tundra and eats lemmings. The honey buzzard Pernis apivora feeds largely, as its name suggests, on honey and insect larvae. It summers in Europe and W Asia and winters in Africa.

californian condor [ imenica {ptica} ]
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condor [ imenica {ptica} ]
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Large bird, a New World vulture Vultur gryphus, with wingspan up to 3 m/ft, weight up to kg/lb, and length up to 1.2 m/3.8 ft. It is black, with some white on the wings and a white frill at the base of the neck. It lives in the Andes and along the South American coast, and feeds on carrion. The Californian condor Gymnogyps californianus is a similar bird, on the verge of extinction.
The Californian condor lays only one egg at a time and may not breed every year. Only Californian condors remained 199of which only four of were in the wild. It is the subject of a special conservation effort.

death-bird [ imenica {ptica} ]
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gymnogyps californianus [ imenica {ptica} ]
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vultur gryphus [ imenica {ptica} ]
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vulture [ imenica {ptica} ]
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ETYM Old Eng. vultur, Latin vultur: cf. Old Fren. voltour, French vautour.
Any of various large diurnal birds of prey having naked heads and weak claws and feeding chiefly on carrion.
Any of various carrion-eating birds of prey with naked heads and necks and with keen senses of sight and smell. Vultures are up to 1 m/3.3 ft long, with wingspans of up to 3.5 m/11.5 ft. The plumage is usually dark, and the head brightly colored.
True vultures are placed in the family Accipitridae along with hawks and eagles and are found only in the Old World. American vultures are placed in a family of their own (Cathartidae) and include turkey vultures and condors. The vulture's eyes are adapted to give an overall view with a magnifying area in the center, enabling it to locate possible food sources and see the exact site in detail.
The Cape griffon vulture Gyps coprotheres, Africa’s second largest vulture after the lappet faced vulture Torgos tracheliotos, had only 4,4breeding pairs 199Its infant mortality is 84%, so it takes each adult bird about years to replace itself.



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