Kids are often fascinated and intrigued by large and unusual looking creatures, and the cassowary is no exception! Did you know that it is the male cassowary who is solely responsible for incubating the eggs and raising the chicks? Or that cassowaries can live for up to 40 years in the wild?
We at the Wet Tropics Management Authority know that kids are thirsty for knowledge about the world around them and are keen to undertake projects that connect them to the outdoors. As a result, we have developed several resources to encourage learning about the iconic cassowary.
Kids (and adults!) can also further their knowledge by checking out the Tropical Topics newsletter focussed solely on the cassowary!