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Cassowary (Casuarius)

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Large flightless bird found in the tropical forests of New Guinea, nearby islands, and north eastern Australia.
  • The Cassowary in Captivity

    Article first printed in International Zoo News in 2002. Description, care, health, and an estimate of the total population in captivity.

  • Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation

    Australian conservation project describes the birds and the threats they face.

  • Southern Cassowary

    Facts about the endangered species, and ways to help, in particular when seeing a cassowary on a road.

  • What is a Cassowary?

    Introduces the family of birds, with details of behaviour and photographs. Presents information on breeding, other cassowaries, photographs, and links to video clips.

  • The Wonder of Birds: Cassowary

    Covers habitat, appearance and claw attacks, courtship and calls, feeding habits, conservation, and the cassowary in mythology.

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