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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for cassowaries

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Northern cassowary As with other cassowaries, it is a shy and solitary bird. Their diet consists mainly of fruits and small animals. They make grunting and hissing sounds, like other cassowaries.
Cassowary Hand feeding of cassowaries poses a big threat to their survival, because it lures them into suburban areas. There, the birds are more susceptible to vehicles and dogs. Contact with humans encourages cassowaries to take food from picnic tables. Feral pigs are a huge problem. They destroy nests and eggs but their worst effect is as competitors for food, which could be catastrophic for the cassowaries during lean times.
Fagraea The fruits are food for many animals, including cassowaries, flying foxes, and civets.
Staten Island Zoo In September 2013, the zoo announced plans to bring cassowaries to the zoo.
Cassowary The average lifespan of wild cassowaries is believed to be about 40 to 50 years.
List of birds of Papua New Guinea The cassowaries are large flightless birds native to Australia and New Guinea.
Cassowary Cassowaries have three-toed feet with sharp claws. The second toe, the inner one in the medial position, sports a dagger-like claw that can be long. This claw is particularly fearsome since cassowaries sometimes kick humans and animals with their enormously powerful legs. Cassowaries can run at up to through the dense forest and can jump up to . They are good swimmers, crossing wide rivers and swimming in the sea.
Elaeocarpus angustifolius These are eaten whole by cassowaries, woompoo pigeon and spectacled flying foxes, which pass the nut undamaged.
Cassowary Females are bigger and more brightly coloured. Adult southern cassowaries are tall, although some females may reach , and weigh .
Southern cassowary Cassowaries are closely related to the kiwis, both families diverging from a common ancestor approximately 40 million years ago.