And surprisingly, the study concluded, both of these flightless birds
Perhaps because of this ambition, the poems of The Evolution of the Flightless Bird
are difficult, at times bedeviled by an obscurity that derives not from an attempt at modernity but from the desire to give full expression to an original, if not idiosyncratic, viewpoint.
The flightless bird
, attributed to the species Pachystruthio dmanisensis, was probably at least 3.5 meters tall and would have towered above early humans.
-- A large, flightless bird
native to Australia and New Guinea killed its Florida owner when it attacked him after he fell, authorities said Saturday.
Several attempts were made to catch the flightless bird
, but it fled then returned.
The island was also home to the largest flightless bird
, the Elephant Bird, which is closely related to the small kiwi of New Zealand?
After millions of years' worth of changes on the evolutionary tree, the flightless bird
has weak front limbs and wings that are just a shadow of what they used to be.
The last official sighting of which flightless bird
was on Eldey Island, Iceland, in July 1844?
Footage emerged last night showing the flightless bird
running in and out of a bush in a field in Ayrshire.
Red (voiced by Jason Sudeikis) leads his flightless bird
community against a band of devious pigs.
Finally, a feral cat in Australia killed a Night Parrot, a nocturnal and flightless bird
seen just a handful of times in the last century.
"Kiwi Simile" is an unusual, humorous nature educational book that combines pungent, witty, graphic-like illustrations with fascinating factoids and details about the life and habits of the New Zealand kiwi, a threatened species which is described as a bird and an 'honorary mammal.' The kiwi is the smallest Ratite, a category of flightless bird