Use of Tools by the Egyptian Vulture, Neophron percnopterus

@article{LawickGoodall1966UseOT,
  title={Use of Tools by the Egyptian Vulture, Neophron percnopterus},
  author={J. V. Lawick-Goodall and Hugo Van LAWICK-GOODALL},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1966},
  volume={212},
  pages={1468-1469}
}
THE use of natural objects as tools by free-living vertebrates has, so far as we know, been reported for four species only—the chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes; the gorilla, Gorilla gorilla; the Californian sea otter, Latax lutris; and the Galapagos woodpecker finch, Camarhynchus pallidus. Chimpanzees have been observed to use rocks to break open hard food1; to insert sticks into honey2, to use sticks and stems for feeding on termites and ants3, and to use leaves for sopping up water to drink3 and… Expand
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