Yellow-headed Caracara and Black Vulture Cleaning Baird's Tapir

@article{Coulson2018YellowheadedCA,
  title={Yellow-headed Caracara and Black Vulture Cleaning Baird's Tapir},
  author={Jennifer O. Coulson and E. Rondeau and M. Caravaca},
  journal={Journal of Raptor Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={52},
  pages={104 - 107}
}
In a cleaning symbiosis, one animal species, the cleaner, removes and consumes ectoparasites, necrotic tissue, or mucus from another animal species, the client or host. The only raptors reported as cleaners are of the orders Cathartiformes (Black Vulture [Coragyps atratus]) and Falconiformes (Southern Caracara [Caracara plancus]; Striated Caracara [Phalcoboenus australis]; Black Caracara [Daptrius ater]; Yellow-headed Caracara [Milvago chimachima]; Chimango Caracara [M. chimango]; Sazima 2011… Expand
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