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Cassowaries
Cassowary Cas"so*wa*ry, n.; pl. Cassowaries. [Malay kasu[=a]ri.] (Zo["o]l.) A large bird, of the genus Casuarius, found in the east Indies. It is smaller and stouter than the ostrich. Its head is armed with a kind of helmet of horny substance, consisting of plates overlapping each other, and it has a group of long sharp spines on each wing which are used as defensive organs. It is a shy bird, and runs with great rapidity. Other species inhabit New Guinea, Australia, etc.

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- southern c****owaries are 1.5 to 1.8 m (5–6 ft) tall, although some females may reach 2 m (6.6 ft), and weigh 58.5 kg (130 lb). All c****owaries have feathers...
- encounters with c****owaries are rare. Only two human deaths have been reported since 1900. A 2003 historical study of 221 c****owary attacks showed that...
- dwarf c****owary from a specimen from New Britain, in 1857. The dwarf c****owary is a large bird but is slightly smaller than other living c****owaries (the...
- Casuariidae is the family of the northern c****owary. There are only four members, three of which are C****owaries; the other, the only remaining species of...
- C****owary is an incremental constraint solving toolkit that efficiently solves systems of linear equalities and inequalities. Constraints may be either...
- C****owary is a large flightless bird native to Australia and New Guinea. C****owary may also refer to: C****owary constraint solver, a toolkit to solve...
- to the north are the three species of c****owary. Shorter than an emu, but heavier and solidly built, c****owaries prefer thickly vegetated tropical forest...
- especially interesting question regarding this order is whether emus or c****owaries are the more primitive form, if either. Emus are generally ****umed to...
- Press. ISBN 978-0-8014-4501-9. Folch, A. (1992). Family Casuariidae (C****owaries). pp. 90– 97 in; del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Sargatal, J. eds. Handbook...
- found in caves near Wellington significantly further south than extant c****owaries, which are confined to Far North Queensland. It is also known from deposits...
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