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Conservationists fight so save vultures in Pakistan

Once a common sight in the skies of Pakistan, today the white-backed vulture is facing extinction -- its population devastated by the use of industrial drugs to breed the cattle whose carcasses they traditionally feed on. Pakistan's Vulture Restoration Project in Changa Manga and local branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are desperately attempting to ensure the species does not die out.
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