Cinereous Vulture (Q168677)

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one of the two largest old world vultures
  • Aegypius monachus
  • Black Vulture
  • Monk Vulture
  • Eurasian Black Vulture
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Cinereous Vulture
one of the two largest old world vultures
  • Aegypius monachus
  • Black Vulture
  • Monk Vulture
  • Eurasian Black Vulture

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fwltur du (Welsh)
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Cinereous Vulture (English)
Mönchsgeier (German)
Buitre negro (Spanish)
voltor negre (Catalan)
sup hnědý (Czech)
raisakotkas (Estonian)
Munkegribb (Norwegian Bokmål)
Чёрный гриф (Russian)
クロハゲワシ (Japanese)
Munkegrib (Danish)
munkkikorppikotka (Finnish)
barátkeselyű (Hungarian)
sęp kasztanowaty (Polish)
sup tmavohnedý (Slovak)
grågam (Swedish)
Monniksgier (Dutch)
Vautour moine (French)
Avvoltoio monaco (Italian)
abutre-preto (Portuguese)
rjavi jastreb (Slovenian)
อีแร้งดำหิมาลัย (Thai)
Buitre Negro (Spanish)
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Black Vulture (English)
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Eurasian Black Vulture (English)
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tamsusis grifas (Lithuanian)
Kuflgammur (Icelandic)
melnais grifs (Latvian)
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Aegypius monachus
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Aegypius monachus

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28 June 2015
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10 September 2015
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24 September 2016
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