Iron & Wine, "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" Wedding Version. For real, I only found out about the Twilight connection just now. Ugh.

Iron & Wine, "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" Wedding Version. For real, I only found out about the Twilight connection just now. Ugh.

you guys HAVE to check out @lorenapppppp her clique art is amazing |-/ !! by bringmetheskeletonclique

you guys HAVE to check out @lorenapppppp her clique art is amazing |-/ !! by bringmetheskeletonclique

Prehistoric giant flightless bird | Image linked from: http://getouterspace.tumblr.com/post/25857819106 ...

Prehistoric giant flightless bird | Image linked from: http://getouterspace.tumblr.com/post/25857819106 ...

Cassowary. Flightless Bird.  Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius). Dangerous bird when provoked  - has attacked and killed people. Tropical Rainforest, North  Queensland, Australia. Rare and endangered. Protected species.

Cassowary. Flightless Bird. Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius). Dangerous bird when provoked - has attacked and killed people. Tropical Rainforest, North Queensland, Australia. Rare and endangered. Protected species.

The Kagu is a flightless bird with grey plumage, which has led to the name of 'ghost of the forest' by local people. Endemic to New Caledonia in the South Pacific.

The Kagu is a flightless bird with grey plumage, which has led to the name of 'ghost of the forest' by local people. Endemic to New Caledonia in the South Pacific.

South Island Takahē is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand. Image via Bird's Eye View at www.Facebook.com/aBirdsEyeViewForYou

South Island Takahē is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand. Image via Bird's Eye View at www.Facebook.com/aBirdsEyeViewForYou

The moa were eleven species of flightless birds endemic to New Zealand ranging in size from about the height of a chicken, to the largest species which was twelve feet tall. Most, if not all, species of moa died out due to over-hunting by the Māori and habitat decline before European discovery and settlement. Could a surviving population of gigantic birds be hiding in New Zealand? Moa sightings have occurred fairly regularly in the remotest parts of New Zealand from a variety of sources.

The moa were eleven species of flightless birds endemic to New Zealand ranging in size from about the height of a chicken, to the largest species which was twelve feet tall. Most, if not all, species of moa died out due to over-hunting by the Māori and habitat decline before European discovery and settlement. Could a surviving population of gigantic birds be hiding in New Zealand? Moa sightings have occurred fairly regularly in the remotest parts of New Zealand from a variety of sources.

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