An unusual event occurred on a beach when Bathers encountered the most dangerous bird in the world emerging from the sea. Its about cassowarya prehistoric-looking bird that lives in the jungles of New Guinea and Australia and has claws up to 10 centimeters long capable of causing fatal wounds.
The meeting occurred on October 31, on the beach of Bilgil Bay, in eastern Australia. Witnesses recorded the moment when the cassowary came out of the water and walked across the sand, while some curious onlookers came to watch it. The most dangerous bird in the world, which can measure almost 2 meters tall and weigh 70 kilos, showed no signs of aggression, but nor of fear.
Cassowaries are shy and solitary birds, which prefer to hide in the density of the jungle. However, they are also excellent swimmers and can cross rivers or lakes to search for food or escape predators. Although It is not common to see them on beaches; some specimens can venture to the sea for different reasons.
Experts recommend not approaching or disturbing the cassowaries, as They tend to react violently if they feel threatened. These birds can run at 50 kilometers per hour, jump up to 1.5 meters and attack with their claws like a velociraptor (extinct dinosaur).
They are considered the most dangerous bird in the world and several fatal attacks on humans have been attributed to them.
The video of the cassowary on the beach went viral on social networks, and generated all kinds of reactions among Internet users. Some were surprised and scared by the bird’s presence, others marveled at its beauty and rarity, and others made jokes about its appearance and its dangerousness.