Wildlife
The Dodo bird

The Dodo bird

The Dodo bird

The dodo bird was an average to large sized flightless bird that was exposed on the Island of Mauritius in the 1590s and was announced vanished less than a century later, in 1681. Despite the turkey-sized body of the dodo, it is consider to have been most personally related to minor birds such as doves and pigeons.
The dodo populated the steamy forests on the tiny island of Mauritius that is located in the Indian Ocean. Like the bordering island of Madagascar, Mauritius bust away from the African continent when the land first divide, causing it’s wildlife to be tremendously unique and the dodo is no omission. The dodo had a big body, short wings, a small, curved tail, small legs, and a big beak. The feathers of the dodo were grey, black and white in color and the big curved beak of the dodo is one of its most distinctive features.