Dwarf cassowary

Dwarf cassowary

The dwarf cassowary (Casuarius bennetti) also known as the Bennett’s cassowary, little cassowary, mountain cassowary, or mooruk, is the smallest of the three species of cassowaries. It is distributed throughout mountain forests of New Guinea, New Britain, and Yapen Island, at elevations up to 3,300 m (10,800 ft). Photo: a dwarf cassowary in Lae, New Guinea (wikipedia)

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