Wild Life Quiz: Highest Flying Bird

I had a chat with Professor Google who said a Ruppell’s griffon vulture was spotted at 37,000 ft.

Some research for you bird lovers:


How do they breathe up there? Why don’t they freeze?

Commercial plane cruise at about 37,000 ft. What is it about that height that suits these high flying vultures?

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