"Most dangerous flightless bird" haha that doesn't sound scary "in Australia" OH SHlT
@Donald Drumpf, it's scientifically classified as a flightless bird, but the pic is right in that it basically is a dinosaur. It's claws are as sharp and long as any raptors', and it's beak is equally sharp. It can run up to 31 mph, and can jump distances of up to 5 feet, and it usally runs and jumps towards anything it wants to kick, which then usually dies as a result of the concussive force and internal bleeding.
@Donald Drumpf, It’s just the fact that there are enough dangerous flightless birds for them to be able to rank them that’s scary. It’s like “yeah, this is the most dangerous one, but we have more”.
@Donald Drumpf, in addition to what Marida cruz said it has really sharp claws and such a powerful kicking leg in can crack bones and kill humans with a single kick, again this is Australia were talking about here
@Donald Drumpf, haven’t you ever played Far Cry
“I’m going to go poke it with a stick.”
@CRIZZLE290, “Im gonna shove my finger in its ass!”
@CRIZZLE290, "Ahh he's angry!"
@Jaune Arc, Goddamnit, you beat me to it
@CRIZZLE290, I’m gonna say the n-word!!!
If I saw a Cassowary in my spot, then I'll just let hum have it. heck, he can have my umbrella and blanket too. I don't need them more than my life.
That little girl in pink is not the most dangerous flightless bird in Australia. She’s the second most dangerous flightless bird and those are her grapes so she’s not stealing.
"Hey" *bum bum bum* "Got any grapes?"
Those mohawk @ashole dinosaurs killed me more times than I care to admit in FarCry 3.
Cassowary always has right of way
This thing evolved from the Velociraptor so yeah, we tend to try and stay away from it.
@AussiePatrick, you know velociraptors were tiny right? Like they only weighed roughly 7-15 kilos and like 1 meter tall...
I don’t doubt these monsters evolved from a type of raptor but I do doubt the velociraptor.
You don’t understand how evolution works, do you?
If you ever want a good laugh and a reminder of how terrifying these bastards are look up “the great emu war” .
@SirMajorGeneralTim, i think the bird in the pic is a cassowary and those birds are scary af
@SirMajorGeneralTim, That's not an Emu, that's a Cassowary. Emu's aren't anywhere near as dangerous, though they're still not even remotely safe to be around. An Emu is a very large bird, but a Cassowary is basically a bird shaped dinosaur, and is just as strong and fast as being called a dinosaur implies.
bloody bin juice drinking gronks is what they are.