Condors Released in Chile - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Wildlife officials in Chile released several Andean Condors back into the wild on Wednesday (August 10) near Los Andes city approximately 80 km (50 miles) north of Santiago. The birds received ten days of round-the-clock medical treatment after a poisoning scare in which over a dozen of the large birds mysteriously crashed to the ground earlier this month. The vulture-like birds had been infected by an unknown toxin making them ill and causing diarrhea and uncharacteristic behavior.



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