The Griffon Vulture / The Griffon Vulture is 93–122 cm long with a 2.3–2.8 m wingspan. In the assign race the guys weigh 6.2 to 10.5 kg and females commonly weigh 6.5 to 11.3 kg. It is an ordinary Old World vulture in manifestation, with an extremely white head, extremely expansive wings and short tail plumes. It has a white neck ruff and yellow bill. The buff figure and wing coverts appear differently in relation to the gloom flight quills.
Nevus sebaceus is a circumscribed hamartoma composed primarily of sebaceous glands. The condition affects 0.3% of newborns, with sporadic but equal frequency in males and females of all races. The lesion is usually noted as solitary hairless patch on the scalp (left image) or as a velvety tan or orange-yellow plaque in other areas (right image).