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You might be lucky enough to see a rare Southern Cassowary in the Daintree Rainforest, they are as old as the dinasaurs!

The cassowary birds r ratites,v large flightless birds,in the genus Casuarius native to the tropical forests of NewGuinea. Its tallest & heaviest living bird,smaller only than Ostrich &emu.

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Cassowary Mission Beach, Queensland Australia (Casuarius casuarius) flightless birds native to the tropical forests of New Guinea and Northeastern Australia. There are three extant species.

Cassowary - very large flightless bird with the lowest known frequency bird call

Southern Cassowary - They are one of the most dangerous birds ever. They have HUGE dinosaur claws on their feet, and are extremely bad tempered. They can, and have, disemboweled people who just look at them funny. I wasn't afraid of birds until now.

This is a Cassowary. They are one of the most dangerous birds ever. They have HUGE dinosaur claws on their feet, and are extremely bad tempered. They can, and have, disemboweled people who just look at them funny.... I wasn't afraid of birds until now...

This is a Cassowary. They are one of the most dangerous birds ever. They have HUGE dinosaur claws on their feet, and are extremely bad tempered. They can, and have, disemboweled people who just look at them funny. I wasn't afraid of birds until now.

Southern Cassowary in Australia tropical rainforest - a flightless bird and dangerous when provoked. It has a 5" knife-like nail in each foot. Has attacked and killed people. By chatallot via flickr

Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius) - large, flightless bird - tropical rainforest, North Queensland, Australia - rare and endangered.

Cassowary - a large flightless bird that lives in the rainforests of New Guinea and northern Australia

A Close View Of A Cassowary Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Tim Laman

Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius) a large flightless bird that lives in the rainforests of New Guinea and northern Australia

Cassowary ~ This screwball, mean bird inspires me to stay away and just go to Vegas and see the Blue Man Group! #bluemaninspires  @Blue Man Group

Cassowary ~ This screwball, mean bird inspires me to stay away and just go to Vegas and see the Blue Man Group!

The Palm Cockatoo is a large dark-grey cockatoo with large dark grey bill. It has orange-red facial skin patches. The crest is long and erect. The female is smaller with less red on face. Young ones have pale yellow margins on feathers of the underside, and paler bill. They are found in the tropical rainforests of Cape York Peninsula, Queensland

༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺ The Palm Cockatoo (Probosciger Aterrimus) is a large dark-grey cockatoo w

༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺ Northern Cassowary (Casuarius Unappendiculatus also known as the Single [One]-Wattled Cassowary or Golden-Necked Cassowary) is a large, stocky flightless bird. It has hard & stiff black plumage, blue facial skin & a casque on top of the head. It has a bright red or yellow colored neck and wattle. The feet are huge & strong w/ long, dagger-like claws on its inner toes. ༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺

Cassowary > these are big, dangerous birds, hostile to humans- a rare, flightless bird smaller only than the Ostrich and Emu. Inhabits far North Queensland, Australia

Cassowary - looks like something out of Jurassic Park.

Sometime it is not luck that you need to have this bird stare at the camera, it's patient.

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The Rhea is a large flightless bird native to South America and is part of the family of birds known as Ratites, which includes the Ostrich, Emu, Kiwi and Cassowary.

Meet the cassowary!  The cassowaries are ratites, very large flightless birds in the genus Casuarius native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, nearby islands and north-eastern Australia.

Northern Cassowary (Casuarius unappendiculatus) A Single-wattled Cassowary from West Africa roams in the Bird Park in Walsrode, northern Germany. Thousands of birds from about 650 species live in the park.

Northern Cassowary (Casuarius unappendiculatus)

Northern Cassowary (Casuarius unappendiculatus) by bayucca --native of Australia and New Guinea rainforests.

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