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“Gypaëtus barbatus, the magnificent L&emumlmmergeier, is greyish-black with white streaks, and has a white crown, cheeks with a black band bifurcating at the eye to meet above, and pale tawny lanceolate plumage on the neck and lower parts. Dense black bristles cover the nostrils and lores, and the black tuft, which gives the name of “Bearded Vulture", projects below the mandible. The sclerotic membrane is crimson. The young are chiefly brown and buff.” A. H. Evans, 1900


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