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Australia Wild Cassowary (Cassoard )(rain forest north east australia)


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Guest 27-May-2008 15:30
Terrific detail! V
Dave Hawkins06-Apr-2008 22:55
what an amazing bird!.. perfect capture and exposure powerful image
Pixel Shooter01-Mar-2008 19:48
Fabulous shot, what a unique bird
Julie Bird10-Feb-2008 04:07
These birds are amazing Marc, Well photographed in their native surroundings. V. Julie
Yvonne10-Feb-2008 02:22
Fabulous shot Marc!
James Robertson23-Jan-2008 02:52
Excellent shot of this relatively rare bird. I actually saw one in the wild when I was in Australia (it ran across the road in front of our minibus). Our guide also told us stories that concur what the previous poster said about their ferocity.
Liz Bickel08-Jan-2008 08:05
Interesting story about this bird. One would not immediately consider such a pretty and colorful bird as being so dangerous. However, looks can be deceiving. You captured this bird well with rich details and beautiful color.
MarcWildPassion31-Dec-2007 10:32
The 2004 edition of the Guinness World Records lists the cassowary as the world's most dangerous bird. Normally cassowaries are very shy but when disturbed can lash out dangerously with their powerful legs. During World War II American and Australian troops stationed in New Guinea were warned to steer clear of the birds. They are capable of inflicting fatal injuries to an adult human. Usually, attacks are the result of provocation. Wounded or cornered birds are particularly dangerous. Cassowaries, deftly using their surroundings to conceal their movements, have been known to out-flank organized groups of human predators. Cassowaries are considered to be one of the most dangerous animals to keep in zoos, based on the frequency and severity of injuries incurred by zookeepers.
Günter Hofstädter31-Dec-2007 01:29
looks like a brain plug in ! Crazy bird !
anuschka24-Nov-2007 17:13
Nice shot!
H2M21-Nov-2007 11:58
Encore une très belle compo et une execution parfaite. Bravo!
Guest 18-Nov-2007 21:47
very nice, vivid color and good compo
Sheila11-Nov-2007 15:14
Wonderful shot!
Birte Person01-Nov-2007 00:54
Excellent shot, and you are right they are very elusive.
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