Vulture coloring pages introduce children to a large bird of the hawk family. Unlike other feathered predators, vultures do not hunt, they eat only carrion, that is, dead animals. Flying at incredibly high altitudes, birds, thanks to their keen eyesight, can spot prey located at a great distance from them. Having gone down, they start their meal and gorge themselves to such an extent that they simply cannot take off. Vultures have to wait until the food they eat is digested and only then go in search of a new portion of food. In search of food, vultures move very long distances. These feathered orderlies are of great benefit to nature, since by destroying the remains of dead animals, they prevent the spread of diseases and infections. Download or print free Vulture coloring pages for your kids.

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