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Black-tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa) adult, standing in water with reflection, Minsmere RSPB Reserve, Suffolk, England, september  -  Paul Sawer/ FLPA
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80094093 Black-tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa) adult, standing in water with reflection, Minsmere RSPB Reserve, Suffolk, England, september© Paul Sawer / FLPA
Project veterinarian for the Bombay Natural History Society, Dr Devojit Das, conducting a post-mortem examination on the corpse of an Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Co...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401489 Project veterinarian for the Bombay Natural History Society, Dr Devojit Das, conducting a post-mortem examination on the corpse of an Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Co...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Project veterinarian for the Bombay Natural History Society, Dr Devojit Das, conducting a post-mortem examination on the corpse of an Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Co...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401488 Project veterinarian for the Bombay Natural History Society, Dr Devojit Das, conducting a post-mortem examination on the corpse of an Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Co...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre near Pinjore in Haryana, India, about to be examined by veterinarian March 2005  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401476 Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre near Pinjore in Haryana, India, about to be examined by veterinarian March 2005© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Project veterinarian for the Bombay Natural History Society, Dr Devojit Das (centre), examining an oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre near Pin...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401475 Project veterinarian for the Bombay Natural History Society, Dr Devojit Das (centre), examining an oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre near Pin...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) about to be examined by veterinarian, in captivity at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre near Pinjore in Haryana, India, March 2005  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401474 Oriental white-backed vulture (Gyps bengalensis) about to be examined by veterinarian, in captivity at the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre near Pinjore in Haryana, India, March 2005© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vu...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401473 Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vu...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Preparation of anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the popula...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401472 Preparation of anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here being injected in to a calf, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the popula...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here with some of its aliases, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vultu...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401471 Anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drug Diclofenac used in veterinary medicine, shown here with some of its aliases, has been identified as the cause of the catastrophic decline in the population of wild vultu...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
Carcass of cow with scavenging Thick billed crows (Corvus macrorhynchos) and feral dog Haryana, India March 2005 The population crash of wild vultures in the Indian subcontinent has caused concerns ab...  -  Chris Gomersall/ npl
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90401470 Carcass of cow with scavenging Thick billed crows (Corvus macrorhynchos) and feral dog Haryana, India March 2005 The population crash of wild vultures in the Indian subcontinent has caused concerns ab...© Chris Gomersall / NPL
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