Cambodia launches

In a bid to save Southeast Asia’s lessening populace of the birds, Cambodia has made what they call ‘vulture cafés’, where exceptionally cut bodies are spread out for the scroungers.

The purported eateries are the most recent advance in a program to save the three types of the bird that have been almost cleared out all through Asia.

In Cambodia the flying predators experience the ill effects of an absence of game because of poaching and territory annihilation.

In different pieces of the landmass, the foragers are passing on from boundless utilization of the mitigating drug diclofenac in cultivating

The presence of only one percent of the medication in a body can kill the birds, whose diet is only the meat of dead creatures.

Al Jazeera’s Stephanie Scawen reports from Veal Krous.

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