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Comic #436

1 Sallah: {pointing at a giant flightless bird} Look! A giant flightless bird!
2 Prof. Jones: Wonderful! I'm very happy to see that. In fact, it lifts my spirits and fills me with joy!
3 Prof. Jones: I'm positively buoyant with good cheer!
3 Monty: You are?
4 Prof. Jones: Of course, Junior! The moa, the merrier!
4 Monty: I think the altitude is getting to you, Dad.

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Read moa about moa.

2013-03-21 Rerun commentary: I've replaced the original link, which was to a kid's education website and no longer exists, with one to Wikipedia.

Even weblinks can go extinct.

And if you think moa were impressive birds, consider the bird that preyed on them: Haast's eagle.

The moa in the comic is actually a LEGO kaadu from a Star Wars set.

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