Contact: John Delaney
Wildlife Conservation Society
Caption: While vultures across Asia have become nearly extinct in the past few decades, the vultures of Cambodia have persisted. Conservationists say that the creation of new vulture "restaurants" and the restoration of depleted wildlife species in Southeast Asia are the next important steps needed to ensure a future for these ecologically valuable scavengers.
Credit: A. Michaud
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