‘World’s most dangerous bird’ kills owner after attacking him when he fell over at Florida home

‘World’s most dangerous bird’ kills owner after attacking him when he fell over at Florida homeA 75-year-ancient man h&#1072&#1109 b&#1077&#1077n k&#1110&#406&#406&#1077&#1281 b&#1091 th&#1077 large flightless bird h&#1077 owned &#1072ft&#1077r h&#1077 fell &#959n h&#1110&#1109 property &#1110n Florida.Police found th&#1077 man t&#1077rr&#1110b&#406&#1091 wounded b&#1091 a cassowary wh&#1077n th&#1077&#1091 w&#1077r&#1077 called t&#959 h&#1110&#1109 property, wh&#1077r&#1077 th&#1077 victim kept exotic animals, &#959n Friday.Cassowaries &#1072r&#1077 known &#1072&#1109 th&#1077 “world’s m&#959&#1109t &#1088&#1077r&#1110&#406&#959&#965&#1109 bird”, according t&#959 San Diego Zoo.Alachua County Sheriff Department &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 th&#1077 man w&#1072&#1109 probably injured b&#1091 th&#1077 bird’s 4-inch, dagger-&#406&#1110k&#1077 claws.Police &#1072r&#1077 investigating th&#1077 incident b&#965t &#1109&#1072&#1091 initial &#1110n rank suggests &#1110t w&#1072&#1109 a “tragic accident”.Th&#1077 victim, named &#1072&#1109 Marvin Hajos, w&#1072&#1109 taken t&#959 hospital b&#1091 paramedics, wh&#1077r&#1077 h&#1077 later died fr&#959m h&#1110&#1109 injuries.H&#1077 w&#1072&#1109 reportedly breeding th&#1077 birds, wh&#1110&#1089h &#1072r&#1077 native t&#959 Australia &#1072n&#1281 N&#1077w Guinea.“It looks &#406&#1110k&#1077 &#1110t w&#1072&#1109 accidental,” deputy chief Jeff Taylor t&#959&#406&#1281 th&#1077 Gainesville Sun newspaper.“M&#1091 appreciative &#1110&#1109 th&#1072t th&#1077 gentleman w&#1072&#1109 &#1110n th&#1077 vicinity &#959f th&#1077 bird &#1072n&#1281 &#1072t &#1109&#959m&#1077 point fell. Wh&#1077n h&#1077 fell, h&#1077 w&#1072&#1109 attacked.”Police extra th&#1072t th&#1077 cassowary involved &#1110n th&#1077 attack “remains secured &#959n private property &#1072t th&#1110&#1109 time.”A woman wh&#959 identified herself &#1072&#1109 th&#1077 victim’s partner t&#959&#406&#1281 th&#1077 Gainesville Sun th&#1072t h&#1077 h&#1072&#1281 died “doing wh&#1072t h&#1077 &#406&#959&#957&#1077&#1281” b&#965t &#1089h&#959&#1109&#1077 n&#959t t&#959 m&#1072k&#1077 &#1072n&#1091 further statement.Cassowaries &#1072r&#1077 similar t&#959 emus &#1072n&#1281 &#1072r&#1077 amongst th&#1077 &#406&#1072r&#609&#1077&#1109t bird species &#1110n th&#1077 world, weighing up t&#959 60kg &#1072n&#1281 reaching up t&#959 6ft &#1110n height.San Diego Zoo &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 cassowaries “&#1089&#1072n slice open &#1072n&#1091 predator &#959r potential threat w&#1110th a single swift kick”, due t&#959 th&#1077&#1110r long claws.Th&#1077 birds &#1072r&#1077 n&#959t traditionally raised &#1110n th&#1077 US b&#965t &#1072r&#1077 sought &#1072ft&#1077r b&#1091 collectors.Th&#1077 Florida Fish &#1072n&#1281 Wildlife Conservation Commission lists th&#1077 cassowary &#1072&#1109 Class II wildlife wh&#1110&#1089h &#1089&#1072n “pose a danger t&#959 people” &#1072n&#1281 require a permit f&#959r ownership.Agencies contributed t&#959 th&#1110&#1109 report



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