Saving Asia’s Vultures from Extinction
- Duration: 17
- Released: 2011
In South Asia, three species of vultures are facing extinction due to a veterinary drug called diclofenac which causes kidney failure and death within a few days. To address the problem, breeding programmes are underway; and a drug called meoloxicam has been found to offer a safe alternative. But is it too late for the small wild population to survive?
|Executive producer||Mark Percival|