Why Cassowaries Are the Most Dangerous Bird on the Planet Posted on April 30, 2019 bird Cassowaries chicago hotels dallas hotels dangerous hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Planet private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation 48 thoughts on “Why Cassowaries Are the Most Dangerous Bird on the Planet” Make him Thanksgiving dinnerReply A cassowho? Nvm it's "flaweda" again. I just can't deal with that state.Reply I already hate chickens, and that is a chicken on steroids guaranteed!.Reply It's not a bird its a birbReply I thought Ostrich were the dangerous BirdsReply Wasn't that Wildlife Expert on WTTW or something like that?Reply Am I wrong for wondering what they taste like?Reply The American kangarooReply That Bird look like the Bird from the movie upReply Cool!!!Reply The cassowary attacks like a chicken.Reply I would roast that bird for thanksgivingReply The dead man 👀Reply Sounds like you need a baseball bat not a rakeReply Another deadly Australian creature. We used to have marsupial lions, bunyips and wombats the size of a rhinoceros.Reply I clappedd one of these with a panReply Stupid people keeping a creature like this, reminds me of the woman with the chimp who tore off her friend’s face!!Reply I would catch that bird and make soup out of it 😂😁😂Reply I have always seen them as a deadly animalReply Grab it by neck and ride it.Reply WHY FLORIDA ALWAYS FLORIDAReply Send in Colonel SandersReply I was gonna say he was 75.. He was probably too weak to fight it off, but after watching the bird charge and the younger man with the shield.. now I'm like wtf. Lol That bird is crazy strong.Reply Mathematics, the only none bias, none prejudice science, denies evolution Billions, Not millions, of times over the point where evolution, anything, can't even be possible. The principle of probability? The numbers show, as I said, it's not even possible. So, why do most (not all) scientists, and atheists, still persist evolution is fact? Because they have gone too far to turn back. And, many don't find the actual Truth, the actual evidence, Gods Word, beneficial for them: It doesn't suit their agendas and traditions. They spite Gods Word because of ignorance and arrogance.Reply “IS THAT A CHICKEN” -Kylie JennerReply We gotta ban the cassowary “its a assault bird”Reply Of course FloridaReply Blue chickenReply Just checked that the man was killed by the cassowary. And yesterday, the bird went up for sale, so now anyone can own it.Reply Looks like a dinosaurReply I'd be swinging my Louisville slugger at it's head! Jesus that thing is scary.Reply The bird is not dangerous at all, as is no other animal. If the man risked having the bird around him and putting his own life in danger, it's not the fault of the bird. The bird never asked to be caged and held as a pet (animal held hostage for human's personal pleasure).Reply 21 years on this planet and I never knew this birds exist.Reply People who have played Far Cry 3 would have a decent idea about this bird. ☺Reply Next video: Why Lisa Guerrero is the most dangerous confronter on the planet.Reply I want a deadly killer bird as a pet, said no one ever.Reply He was breeding them, not just keeping them as pets inside edition! He was trying to rebuild their populationReply i don’t care what kind of Animal it is it could be godzilla I will shoot it with a weaponReply Your Chicken is evolving!-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-It Evolved into a big boi cassowary! Be carefull!Reply So now every one goes too kill this majestic bird🤔🤔Reply Yeah no its not like Jurassic park existReply I use to raise fighting roosters and they kick hard for a small chicken. But this bird kicks similar to a rooster,Reply I understand that they can be dangerous, but hear me out… What if you leave them alone?Reply The dead man made a mistakeReply "the dead man" 😐Reply why did i read casserole in the titleReply Leave those animals alone BILLYReply 😂😂😂Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.