…and how can I not considering that gamblers in South Africa think that smoking vulture brains will give them an edge in gambling, and the practice could drive the Cape Vulture Gyps coprotheres (listed as vulnerable by BirdLife International) to extirpation in some parts of South Africa. The upcoming World Cup, of course, has increased gambling in South Africa, and, presumably, the killing of vultures and the smoking of their brains.
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