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Taken at Etty Bay, far north Queensland.
cassowary, bird, beach, sea, ocean, etty bay, far north queensland
Thanks so much for taking time to look at my pictures and to comment and even better fav them :) Apologies if I don’t respond to comments but I do always try to reciprocate comments when able to. Have a nice day LOL JD
Such odd looking creatures! Lol. Great capture :))
looks like a dino should be wandering up the beach behind I always think! Thanks again Kelly :)
– Jenny Dean
Now there’s something you don’t get to see every day!Great capture, Jen!Hope you have a great Chrissie!
thanks mate, you too!! They are at Etty Bay every day, come for a drive :)
great shotunusual animal
Nice shot Jenny. Must say I don’t like these birds, they scare me with the kids down at Etty Bay. Tourists think it’s O.K. to feed them, now they are to friendly. Very dangeous! Make for a beautiful photo though, safer to look at like this, hee, hee, hee…..
yeah the touros are a pain, they have no brains at all. Thanks Jody, love to your mum, hope she’s better!
Great shot Jenny. Spent some time recently at Mission Beach but did not manage to see one. Cheers Gordon.
Giant Chickens. Had an English BackPacker attacked by one of these long time ago when I lived on Rankin Street and his name has stuck.
Giant chooks in Rankin St, eek! They pack a punch when they kick! Nursed a few broken ribs from a flying foot since I’ve been here!
Wow fabulous shot
It was either Etty or Ella Bay where that happened. Flying Fish Point side if I can slightly remember.
Ella Bay is FFP side, rough track over the hill and lots of big chickens there! She’s lucky to be alive probly if it meant business!
Here you go again Jenny teasing us with this very beautiful Cassawary. Excellent shot.
I have never see one in the wild as yet great shot
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