Diclofenac poisoning as a cause of vulture population declines across the Indian subcontinent. Green, R., E., Newton, I., Shultz, S., Cunningham, A., a., Gilbert, M., Pain, D., J., & Prakash, V. Journal of Applied Ecology, 41(5):793-800, 9, 2004.
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