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A Monograph of the Genus Casuarius Cassowaries [18 Images]

A Monograph of the Genus Casuarius Cassowaries [18 Images]

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A Monograph of the Genus Casuarius is a book written by British zoologist Lionel Walter Rothschild and published in 1910. The book is a comprehensive study of the genus Casuarius, which includes three species of flightless birds found in Australia and New Guinea, commonly known as cassowaries. 

Cassowaries are known for their striking appearance, with a tall crest on their heads, bright colors on their neck and head, and a large, powerful body. Cassowaries are related to emus and ostriches and are considered to be the third-largest bird in the world, with some species growing up to 6 feet tall and weighing up to 130 pounds. They have large, strong legs with sharp claws that they use for defense and foraging. Cassowaries are also known for their unique bony casque on their head, which is used to push through dense vegetation in their forest habitat. They are omnivores, feeding on a variety of fruits, insects, and small animals, and are an important part of the ecosystem in their native habitats. Despite their large size, cassowaries are known to be shy and elusive, and are typically solitary animals that avoid human contact.

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