Inside the Dinosaur Bird – The Australian Cassowary

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If you missed seeing the video post on “Southern – Survival Depends on Our Actions” – after Cyclone Larry in 2006 the following video gives you a different insight.

Post-Mortem, inside a great bird – The Southern Cassowary(Casuarius casuarius) also known as Double-wattled Cassowary.

Inside Nature’s Giants series, delivers an interesting gaze of the physiological links and special features of this modern bird – The Australian Cassowary.

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Alberto Vale

Alberto Vale is an avid naturalist and a successful wildlife videographer. He resides in Cairns, Australia, just minutes from the best wildlife locations in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest's. Conducting nocturnal wildlife interpretation tours for the past 14 years, Alberto claims that the two most important things for a successful wildlife videographer, " is to know the habitat and it's wildlife". His wildlife videography has two completed wildlife documentaries, soon to be released on DVD. Alberto has received numerous tourism and videography awards throughout his passionate naturalist career.

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Alberto

Alberto

Alberto Vale is an avid naturalist and a successful wildlife videographer. He resides in Cairns, Australia, just minutes from the best wildlife locations in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest's. Conducting nocturnal wildlife interpretation tours for the past 14 years, Alberto claims that the two most important things for a successful wildlife videographer, " is to know the habitat and it's wildlife". His wildlife videography has two completed wildlife documentaries, soon to be released on DVD. Alberto has received numerous tourism and videography awards throughout his passionate naturalist career.

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Marc Johnson

How amazing and how sad to see this link with the dinosaurs on the brink of extinction.  

Glenn Bartley

Pity that this video from Channel 4 is blocked in my country – I guess many readers outside Australia will be blocked.