Cassowary That Killed Its 75-Year-Old Owner to Hit the Auction Block
The large, flightless bird that attacked and killed its 75-year-old owner in Florida earlier this month can now be yours—for the right price.
The killer cassowary, along with dozens of other dangerous and endangered animals owned by Marvin Hajos before his death, is up for auction this Saturday by Gulf Coast Livestock in Madison, Florida.
The animals are being sold as part of the last wishes of Hajos, whose cassowary attacked him after he took a spill on his farm in Alachua County, authorities said.
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