Cassowary - World's Most Dangerous Bird
According to the Guinness Book of Records, cassowaries are birds more dangerous world, able to deal fatal blows. They are very unpredictable, aggressive creatures, especially if wounded or cornered. Cassowary lives in the rainforests of Australia and New Guinea and in fact very shy animals if undisturbed, but if you get close and I think it is a threat that they might get shot of broken bones, or cut into the blade and sharp claws. During World War II soldiers in New Guinea were warned to stay away from birds, but some are still victims.
Cassowaries will not attack without reason. But can be territorial, a defensive back or wait for food that people do things badly, feeding and a long list of people who were persecuted, accused, kicked, pushed, kissed, jump on and head-butted. Statistics show that most of the attacks were actually Cassowary defense, they can kill dogs, gutting them, their sharp claws on their feet are huge, and rumors that he killed a small horse.
Normally cassowaries I am very shy, but when it feels threatened or wants to protect her cubs may become dangerously with their powerful legs and jump and kick both legs simultaneously.
Three-toed feet have sharp claws, claw-like Daggs diameter is 12 cm long.