Dino Bird

Australia’s tropical north is a biodiversity hotspot, and in the Daintree Rainforest, there’s a creature that is more important than any other: The Cassowary; a giant, flightless, prehistoric bird.
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Overview

Australia’s tropical north is a biodiversity hotspot, and in the Daintree Rainforest, there’s a creature that is more important than any other: The Cassowary; a giant, flightless, prehistoric bird. One cassowary in particular rules the rainforest. Here, Bertha is Queen. In the face of rival females, feral predators, and extreme weather, the future of the Cassowary is far from certain.

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Dino Bird

01: Dino Bird

Australia’s tropical north is a biodiversity hotspot, and in the Daintree Rainforest, there’s a creature that is more important than any other: The Cassowary; a giant, flightless, prehistoric bird. One cassowary in particular rules the rainforest. Here, Bertha is Queen. In the face of rival females, feral predators, and extreme weather, the future of the Cassowary is far from certain.

50 min