Hundreds of wild vultures descend to devour meat in South Africa

A wildlife charity in South Africa has created a "vulture restaurant" to feed wild birds raw meat when food is scarce. This clip, filmed in early January, shows staff from the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Center depositing meat and carcasses and hundreds of vultures descending to feed. "A vulture restaurant is an undisturbed area where non-toxic, poison-free meat and carcasses are provided for vultures and other scavengers," said the organisation. "This supplementary feeding supports the vultures in times of food scarcity and when young birds fledged," they added.