Why Did the Dodo Die Out?


Dodo is an extinct flightless bird indigenous to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. It died out because it was fearless of humans and had an inability to fly which made it an easy prey for humans. Humans also introduced other animals such as dogs, cats and crab-eating masques when they first arrived to Mauritius which plundered dodo nests. Humans destroyed the dodo's habitat forests as well.
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by humans killing them and eating them. also for use of their feathers!
Dodo birds lived on Mauritius and were not seen after 1681. No concrete evidence on what may
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How did the dodo die out? Scientists in Mauritius have launched a project to discover why the giant bird became extinct. Most theories blame settlers who found the plump flightless
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