Vultures are birds of prey that scavenge for food.
Vultures do not have feathers on their head.
Vultures do hunt if they need to.
Some vultures can smell dead animals from nearly 2 kilometres away.
Vultures have very strong acid in their stomachs which can digest nearly anything!
Vultures can be found in many parts of the world like Asia, Africa and Europe.
A group of vultures can be called a “kettle” or a “wake”.
The largest of vultures can have a wing span of nearly 4 metres.