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Cassowaries, large and colorful flightless birds that live in the tropical forests of Papua New Guinea and Australia, have a reputation for being "the world's most dangerous bird" with a dagger-like toe claw (though generally attacks on humans are rare.) This camera man drew one curious cassowary's attention and he slowly realized he needed to get out of there.

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