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This looks like a compilation of a silver pheasant with the red eye and black hood. The beard and whiskers and grey body look like an auk or puffin

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Any idea what this bird is?

“Bare-faced Curassow (Crax fasciolata)” by Octavio Campos Salles :) Great hairdo!


jaws-and-claws: Spectacled Owl, Pulsatrix perspicillata, by on…

Southern Cassowary. Sorry, it still looks like a Dunce Cap to me.

Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius) - large, flightless bird - tropical rainforest, North Queensland, Australia - rare and endangered.


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Cabot's Tragopan (Tragopan caboti)

Cabot's tragopan is a pheasant found in south-east China. The common and scientific names of this large bird both commemorate the ornithologist Samuel Cabot III. Other common names include the Chinese tragopan and the yellow-bellied tragopan.

The best faces. The best, most bizarrely terrifying faces. (Cassowaries (ratites) are large flightless birds native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, nearby islands and NE Australia. They grow to 6' tall; up to 140 lbs w stout, powerful legs & long feet w 3 toes. )

Now there's a bird we wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley! One of the largest and most striking birds in the world--the Cassowary (Indo-Pacifc). This remarkable species can grow to 6 feet, weigh 120 lbs., and can easily kill a human. (Cornell Lab of

our-amazing-world: “ "Jewel of the stream Amazing World beautiful amazing”

earthandanimals: “ Jewel of the stream by Corné van Oosterhout ” Common Kingfisher, Alcedo atthis (Coraciiformes - Alcedinidae)