Distribution: China's Tibetan Plateau, western and central China's high-altitude areas, Middle Asia to the Himalayas
Himalayan Griffons are 120cm king and they are common species of large birds of preys that eat rotten corpse. They often fly high in the sky in small groups or perch on rocky cliffs. They build nests in the crevice of cliffs. The males and females build up their nest, hatch and look after the nestling together.
They receive first grade national protection.