25 rarest birds you might have ever seen

#19 – Kagu

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The kangu is an extensive large, up to 55 cm (22 inch) long, ground-living beautiful birds common to the thick mountain forest of New Caledonia. Effortlessly unmistakable by its ‘nasal corns’ that are an exceptional component not imparted to some other fowl, the kagu is only rapacious, sustaining on an assortment of creatures, for example, annelid worms, snails and reptiles. Sadly, the winged animal is powerless against presented predators and is debilitated with annihilation.