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Bird of Avatar. Irawan Subingar. Photograph.

bird of avatar, cassowary are ratites, very large flightless birds in the genus Casuarius native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, nearby islands and northeastern Australia.There are three extant species recognized today.

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My favourite colour palette for my dream stroller would have to be orange and teal. I'd accessorise the teal tide armadillo flip with orange accents.

Satyr Tragopan Pheasant | Satyr Tragopan Bird - Colorful Asian pheasant.

Satyr Tragopan Bird - Colorful Asian pheasant, with dots and more dots!

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Male blue-footed booby performing a courtship dance for his mate.also known as "the booby dance".

The best faces. The best, most bizarrely terrifying faces. (Cassowaries (ratites) are large flightless birds native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, nearby islands and NE Australia. They grow to 6' tall; up to 140 lbs w stout, powerful legs & long feet w 3 toes. )

Proof God has a sense of humor ~ Looks prehistoric! One of the largest and most striking birds in the world--the Cassowary (Indo-Pacifc). This remarkable species can grow to 6 feet, weigh 120 lbs., and can easily kill a human. (Cornell Lab of Ornithology)

Hornbill Wreathed Male (Rhyticeros undulatus) con bolsa gular. Bolsa de la hembra es de color azul

A male Wreathed hornbill with gular pouch. The female's pouch is blue. Hornbill - bird found in tropical and subtropical Africa, Asia, & Melanesia

Southern Cassowary. Sorry, it still looks like a Dunce Cap to me.

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

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The Angry Birds in real life: Shoebill. The Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex) also known as Whalehead or Shoe-billed Stork, is a very large stork-like bird. It derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. Although it has a somewhat stork-l.

Casuario! <3

Cassowaries are large flightless birds native to Australia and the tropical forests of New Guinea--really remind me that all birds came from dinosaurs--looks like a small dinosaur but with feathers

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