posted on Dec, 7 2012 @ 12:44 AM
Picture Description : Griffon Vultures can soar at up to 11,000 metres (36,100 ft) above sea level. A perfect vantage point?
Sudan has captured a vulture with Israeli spying equipment attached to it in the western Darfur region, Sudanese media say.
The vulture was on an espionage mission for the Tel Aviv. A GPS chip was attached to the bird. The bird had a leg band with labels that read in
Hebrew - Israel Nature Service and Hebrew University, Jerusalem. The equipment fastened to the vulture was capable of taking photos and sending them
back to Israel. Israel has denied such allegation and said those chips and the device were used to track migration of the bird .
History : In 2011 , A griffon vulture was captured in Saudi Arabia . The bird had Israeli spying equipment attached to one of its legs and a label
which read - Tel Aviv University . Read Here : BBC
Picture Description : A vulture flies away after being freed in the Negev Desert following an Israeli project during which 66 vultures were captured
for monitoring, marking and ringing the vulture population in the desert.
edit on 7-12-2012 by UltraMarine because: (no reason given)