Cassowary, A Rare Giant Bird With Long Claws Kills Florida Man

2019-04-14  · A cassowary, a rare emu-like bird, attacks and kills florida man sunday, April 14th 2019, 9:51 AM HST Deanna Hackney and Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN – A cassowary, a giant bird with long claws on each foot, killed its owner after he fell in the backyard of his Gainesville, Florida.

On Friday, April 12, a Cassowary, a giant flightless bird, killed its owner after he fell in the backyard of his home in Gainesville, Florida. The 75-year-old owner Marvin Hajos was a breeder of the rare bird. The exotic bird was kept on his property. On the day of the fateful incident, the owner made the first 911 call at about 10 am ET.

A Florida man was attacked and killed by a giant cassowary bird known for its sharp, dagger-like claws. Authorities believe Marvin Hajos, 75, was breeding cassowaries when he fell and was attacked by the bird.

A cassowary, a giant bird with long claws on each foot, killed its owner after he fell in the backyard of his Gainesville, Florida, home, officials told cnn. The bird’s owner, Marvin Hajos, 75.

2019-04-15  · A cassowary, a giant bird with long claws on each foot, killed its owner after he fell in the backyard of his Gainesville, Florida, home, officials told CNN. The bird’s owner, Marvin Hajos — who is 75, according to CNN affiliate WCJB — made the initial call to 911 Friday about 10 a.m. ET.

2019-04-15  · A cassowary, a giant bird with long claws on each foot, killed its owner after he fell in the backyard of his Gainesville, Florida, home, officials told CNN. The bird’s owner, Marvin Hajos — who is 75, according to CNN affiliate WCJB — made the initial call to 911 Friday about 10 a.m. ET.

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Florida-resident Marvin Hajos died two weeks ago, after being attacked by one of his cassowaries – a giant, flightless bird with sharp claws native to Australia and Southeast Asia. This Saturday.

A cassowary, a giant bird with long claws on each foot, killed its owner after he fell in the backyard of his Gainesville, Florida, home, officials told CNN. The bird’s owner, Marvin Hajos — who.

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