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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote has the opportunity to get face to face with a modern day Dinosaur, the Cassowary!
The Southern Cassowary is endangered in its native range of Papua New Guinea and Northern Australia and is regarded as one of the most prehistoric species of bird on the planet.
Just one look at their scaly feet or prominent helmet like casque will have you convinced you’ve traveled back in time…or that you’ve landed right in the middle of a Jurassic Park movie set!
Big thanks to Ryan Prentice and all of the staff at Jungle Island for hosting the crew and making this episode possible.
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