What is the world’s largest vulture? And where is it seen?

The world’s largest vulture is the Condor of North and Central America (see photo). Take a look at its impressive numerical bio-data –
Condor Vultur

  • Maximum wingspan: 3.2 meters (10.5 feet)
  • Body weight: 14 kilograms
  • Maximum flying speed: 130 kilometers per hour
  • Distance covered without flapping wings: 15 kilometers
  • Number of feathers in the wing that are independently used for navigation: 40

    More reading:
    Andean Condor (Wikipedia)

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