Which one doesn't belong #3

The birds in the image below have a lot in common, but one of them doesn't really belong. Can you pick out the species of vulture that doesn't go with the others, and tell us what the others have in common? There can be more than one correct answer, so let us know what you think, and why! Visit the meet page if you need help identifying the birds and finding out which one doesn't belong.

Which one doesn't belong?

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Dominic Morrell on March 9, 2012 at 4:01 PM wrote:
Andean Condor! He's a New World Vulture.
I love birds.My fav is a heron. on March 10, 2012 at 9:03 AM wrote:
lammergier because all the rest have bald heads but lammergier dont?
Birdorable on March 11, 2012 at 11:47 AM wrote:
Dominic, that's the answer we had in mind, well done! ILB, that's a great answer, too! The Lammergeier is unlike most other vultures in that it does have a feathered head.
Spurwing Plover on May 30, 2022 at 6:06 PM wrote:
Egyptian Vultures will break a hole in a Ostrich egg with a stone just another Bird that uses a tool

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