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Turkey vultures are nature's cleanup crew

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — In the great circle of life, and the eat-or-be-eaten story of nature's food web, there is one species in Delaware that shows up at THE END. They are big, they are intimidating and, some suggest, they are harbingers of death dressed in feathers. But turkey vultures are nature's cleanup crew, sniffing out dead things on the fly and then forming a tag team, flash mob-type...

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