The cassowary is a large, flightless bird native to Australia and New Guinea. Its head and neeck have no feathers, revealing red and blue skin.

Cassowary

The cassowary is a large, flightless bird native to Australia and New Guinea. Its head and neeck have…

A large running bird native to New Guinea and northeastern Australia. A relative of the ostrich.

Cassowary

A large running bird native to New Guinea and northeastern Australia. A relative of the ostrich.

One-wattled Cassowary "...Casuarius uniappendiculatus, of Salawatti and the adjoining parts of New Guinea, has the head, throat, and nape blue, the lower portion of the neck and the median pear-shaped caruncle yellow, the casque dusky olive, and the longitudinal naked space towards the sides of the neck flesh-coloured with a yellow margin." - A. H. Evans, 1900

One-wattled Cassowary

One-wattled Cassowary "...Casuarius uniappendiculatus, of Salawatti and the adjoining parts of New Guinea,…

The Emu, a native of Australia, is nearly as large as the Ostrich, but has shorter legs and neck and a thicker body. The wings are rudimentary and hidden beneath feathers of the body. It cannot fly but runs quickly.

Emu

The Emu, a native of Australia, is nearly as large as the Ostrich, but has shorter legs and neck and…