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9802
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Three species of vultures live in the country, and two of them live in North Carolina--the turkey vulture and the black vulture. The California condor does not live in the state. These birds are capable of astounding feats of flying and also perform a useful service by disposing of dead animals and plants.
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9972
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While they are not beautiful birds and people cringe at their eating habits, vultures are capable of astounding feats of flying and also perform a useful service. They serve as nature's sanitation department by disposing of dead animals and plants.
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2952
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While people may not consider them beautiful birds and cringe at their eating habits, vultures are capable of astounding feats of flying and also perform a useful service by disposing of dead animals and plants.
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