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The lappet-faced vulture or Nubian vulture (Torgos tracheliotos) is named for the fleshy folds on the side of its neck that are called lappets. One of the most aggressive of African birds, it possesses one of the strongest beaks, usually arriving last to the carcass due to its ability to tear off flesh that is too tough for smaller scavengers. It can strip a small antelope carcass to the bone within 20 minutes. A good hunters, it can catch small mammals and flamingos.
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