- Research reveals Diclofenac, a veterinary drug used to give animals relive from acute pain, is set to sound the death knell for eagles world over.
- A finding in this regard appears in Bird Conservation International, a Cambridge University journal
- Same drug is said to have been responsible for bringing vulture population on the brink of extinction
- Finding is result of study by Bombay Natural History Society, U.K.-based Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly, UP
- Drug traced in tissues of two dead steppe eagles found in a dump of cattle carcass in Rajasthan in 2012
- Read at: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/now-eagles-fall-prey-to-diclofenac/article6068466.ece