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With their featherless, wrinkled heads, vultures may seem funny-looking. When they soar in the air, however, vultures are as graceful as any bird in the sky. The California condor, a type of vulture, is magnificent in flight.
Vultures are birds of prey, which are also called "raptors." Like other raptors, vultures have curved claws called "talons," and sharp, hooked beaks for tearing apart prey. But they differ from other raptors in one important way -- vultures are scavengers. Almost all of their food is carrion (the bodies of dead animals).
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