Vulture Point

The local inhabitants call this rocky crag Vulture Point for two reasons: there are always vultures perched or flying around the top of the mountain and that the crag itself is shaped like a vulture's head with its beaked maw open screeching to the sky. The large vultures make their nests in the shade of the "mouth".

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