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04/14/19 5:23:36 PM
Should this rare bird be killed because it killed a "human"? - Results (5 votes)
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The bird is native to Australia and New Guinea as the Cassowary killed the man near his property in Gainsville where it used its large long claws and attacked him.
Hajos was breeding the birds and it looks accidental as it appeared he was feeding the birds when he fell in front of the bird and the Cassowary viciously clawed him to death.
The horrific injuries on the man where he had open wounds all over his body and face were found by passerbys
These birds are similar to Emus that stand up to 6 feet tall and weigh up to 130lbs with black body feathers and bright blue heads and necks
They are the world's most DANGEROUS BIRDS with a 4 inch dagger like claw on each foot that can SLICE open a predator or threat with a single swift kick. It's powerful legs help it r un up to 31mph through the dense forest underbrush
They are not raised for food in the US but are sought after by collectors
In order to get a permit, owners must have "substantial experience" and meet specific cage requirements
Wildlife officials did not answer questions on what happened to the bird or what will happen to it
Should this rare bird be killed because it killed a "human"?...
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04/14/19 5:26:28 PM
Why is "human" in quotes?
04/14/19 5:33:35 PM
human is dead
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04/14/19 5:37:14 PM
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04/14/19 8:50:58 PM
If this was a dog then people would legit be calling for the culling/banning of all dogs. Birds are the new pitbulls.
04/15/19 10:53:46 AM
This thing is a velociraptor
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