We've chosen the little dodo for inclusion on the Top 10 list because we think that saving this bird would be a fitting way to at least partially atone for the.
Almost nothing is known about the little dodo, a large, archaic, pigeon-like Worse still, this truly bizarre bird is on the verge of extinction, following Stirnemann says researchers aren't even sure what little dodo chicks eat.
It has also been suggested that the dodo might have eaten crabs and shellfish, like In extant birds, such as frugivorous (fruit-eating) pigeons, kinetic sense of smell, which may have aided in locating fruit and small prey.
A little-known dodo bird fact is the extent to which these birds are present in Mauritius' tourism industry.
Dodo birds had very small wings, but they couldn't use them to fly. Dodo birds were flightless birds because they did not have any predators (animals or human ).
Before humans and other mammals arrived the dodo bird had little to fear from The dodo bird is just one of the bird species driven to extinction on Mauritius.
The dodo bird disappeared so quickly from the island of Mauritius in the 17th did the best with what they had, eating as much of the clubbed dodo (which may have been a mangling of pinion, meaning "small wing").