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  1. The eye is a malignant source of evil, and the word "vulture" is used because the vulture is black (black = evil), and it hovers about, waiting to feast on dead flesh. check Approved by eNotes.
  2. Most vultures have a large pouch in the throat (crop) and can go for long periods without food—adaptations to a feast-or-famine scavenging lifestyle. In some species the beak is exceptionally strong and heavy for tearing hide, muscle, and even bone. Eyesight in all vultures is well developed, as is the sense of smell in the turkey vulture.
  3. Mar 09,  · Directed by Frank Sciurba. With Brooke Paller, Anne Flosnik, Jason King, Fred Iacovo. Lucy and her friends enjoy riding horses in the peaceful rolling hills of the Virginia countryside. On a solo horse ride, Lucy falls from her horse. She is "rescued" by her new neighbor, the Foreign Count "Klaus Vogul". The count becomes obsessed by the sultry Lucy and all of her friends/10(75).
  4. the eyes of a swollen corpse in a water-logged trench and ate the things in its bowel. a description of a pair of vultures who nuzzle ‘affectionately’ together after gorging on a corpse.
  5. a place where birds of prey never fly, and the eyes of the falcon have never seen. NET Bible a hidden path no bird of prey knows--no falcon's eye has spotted it. New Heart English Bible That path no bird of prey knows, neither has the falcon's eye seen it. A Faithful Version There is a path which no bird knows, nor the vulture's eye has seen it;.
  6. The turkey vulture is a scavenger and feeds almost exclusively on carrion. It finds its food using its keen eyes and sense of smell, flying low enough to detect the gasses produced by the beginnings of the process of decay in dead animals. In flight, it uses thermals to move through the air, flapping its wings infrequently.
  7. Vultures are creatures which prey on the dead, so perhaps the vulture eye is a kind of foreshadowing of the narrator's death. The word "eye" is a homonym (sound-alike word) for "I," and it is.

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