What is another word for Dinornis Giganteus?

2 synonyms found


[ dˈɪnɔːnˌiz ɡˈɪɡəntɪəs], [ dˈɪnɔːnˌiz ɡˈɪɡəntɪəs], [ d_ˈɪ_n_ɔː_n_ˌi_z ɡ_ˈɪ_ɡ_ə_n_t_ɪ__ə_s]

Dinornis Giganteus, also known as the Giant Moa, was a species of flightless bird that once roamed New Zealand. There are not many commonly used synonyms for the name Dinornis Giganteus, but some alternative names have been proposed. These include the Big-footed Moa, the Greater Moa, and the Dinornis Novaezealandiae. The Giant Moa was one of the largest birds to ever exist, with individuals reaching up to 12 feet tall and weighing up to 550 pounds. Sadly, Dinornis Giganteus is now extinct, with the last individuals dying out around 600 years ago due to human hunting and habitat destruction.

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How to use "Dinornis giganteus" in context?

Dinornis Giganteus was a large prehistoric bird, with a wingspan of up to twelve feet and a weight of over eighty pounds. The giant auk was found only on the island of South Georgia, and was considered extinct until a few years ago. Conservationists are working to save the giant auk, anddinornis is one of the keystone species.

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