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Breakfast with a Cassowary

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What’s it like to live in a tropical rainforest? In this Wild Diaries travel video, Sue Gregory explains her connection with the native wildlife and the boundless plant growth that envelops Cassowary House, her family-run guest house located in Far North Queensland, Australia.

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Standing on her porch, she observes prehistoric-looking Cassowaries, Victoria’s Riflebirds (an Australian bird of paradise), and small marsupials called Musky Rat Kangaroos daily:

Related watching: The mating dance of the male Victoria’s Riflebird and TED Ed: How did feathers evolve?

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