Giant Bird That Killed Its Owner Heads to Auction

Live Science | 4/26/2019 | Staff
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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 naive to Australia and Southeast Asia.

This Saturday (April 27), as per the owner's wish, the cassowary that killed 75-year-old Hajos will be put up for auction, along with about 100 other exotic animals that Hajos kept on his estate in Florida, according to The New York Times. Anyone can attend the auction, except the press, according to the organizers, Gulf Coast Livestock Auction.

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