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Large, exotic bird that killed Florida man to be auctioned

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A large, flightless bird that fatally attacked a Florida man is among about 100 exotic animals from his estate now up for auction. The Gainesville Sun reports the Gulf Coast..
Seattle Times - Published

Florida man killed by cassowary he kept on his farm

"I would not understand why anyone would want to keep a cassowary as a pet," Eric Slovak, assistant curator of birds at the National Zoo in Washington, said after the 75-year-old man's death.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Pet Owner Killed By Cassowary 'Most Dangerous Bird in the World' After Falling [Video]Pet Owner Killed By Cassowary 'Most Dangerous Bird in the World' After Falling

“The most dangerous bird in the world” killed its owner after the man fell on his own property.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:28Published

A Florida Man Was Killed By A Cassowary [Video]A Florida Man Was Killed By A Cassowary

Cassowaries, large, flightless birds native to Austrialia and New Guinea, have built a reputation as being the 'world's most dangerous bird.'

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:33Published

 

'World's most dangerous bird': Cassowary attacks, kills its owner in Florida

A 75-year-old US man has been killed by his pet cassowary - a giant creature which is considered the world's most dangerous bird.
SBS - Published

A giant Cassowary bird has killed its owner in Florida

A 75-year-old US man has been killed by his cassowary, which is considered the world's most dangerous bird with 10cm dagger-like claws on each foot.
SBS - Published

Cassowary attacks and kills owner in the US

A 75-year-old US man has been killed by his cassowary, which is considered the world's most dangerous bird with 10cm dagger-like claws on each foot.
SBS - Published

Researchers have answered a 200-year-old mystery surrounding Australia's iconic cassowary

After years of speculation, researchers from La Trobe University believe they know what the hard growth on the cassowary's head is used for.
SBS - Published

Cassowary mystery cracked: Nature gifts giant bird an inbuilt 'airconditioner'

Scientists have long been puzzled by the purpose of the giant tropical birds' distinctive 'helmets' – now a team of researchers say they've cracked the case.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Call to care for endangered cassowaries

The exotic prehistoric-looking southern cassowary is being wiped out by threats not only to its habitat but also from local wildlife.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Chinese dinosaur had a 'cassowary-like' crest: study

A Chinese dinosaur has been discovered with a distinct crest on its skull similar to that of the modern Queensland cassowary's casque, a study has found.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cassowary bath cut short thanks to floating stick

Footage of a cassowary taking a daily bath in far north Queensland has captured the moment when a floating stick gave the endangered bird the shock of its life.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Two cassowary chicks killed on north Queensland road despite warning signs

A video posted to Facebook two days ago shows the chicks with their dad, "Yellow Knees".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Queensland cassowary relocated after break-in try

​Wildlife officers have relocated a young cassowary, known by locals as Ruthie, after it threatened an older man and tried to enter his Innisfail home.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cassowary relocated following Queensland attack


9News - Published

Cassowary relocated after attack on man near Tully

Man suffers cuts and bruises but no serious injuries.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

When ‘modern day velociraptors’ attack

A CASSOWARY expert says a man who was attacked by an aggressive adult male was very lucky to escape without being seriously injured.
Courier Mail - Published

Buster busts in on far north Queensland beach wedding

Buster the cassowary shows up for beach wedding.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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