A cheap painkiller used on cattle has been killing southern Asia’s vultures. The decline of the birds of carrion has caused Bombay’s Zoroastrians to abandon the ancient practice of leaving their dead on top of the Towers of Silence. | Harper's Magazine

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A cheap painkiller used on cattle has been killing southern Asia’s vultures. The decline of the birds of carrion has caused Bombay’s Zoroastrians to abandon the ancient practice of leaving their dead on top of the Towers of Silence.

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A cheap painkiller used on cattle has been killing southern Asia’s vultures. The decline of the birds of carrion has caused Bombay’s Zoroastrians to abandon the ancient practice of leaving their dead on top of the Towers of Silence.

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