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What is the moa?

  No extinction is as well documented as that of the New Zealand Moa (pronounced mo-ah).   It was a large flightless bird of the order Dinornithiformes. Weighing up to (MORE)

What is a moa?

The Moa is an extinct herbivore flightless bird, endemic to New  Zealand, and one of the largest and heaviest birds ever.    They were killed to the very last bird by (MORE)

What is the bird Moa?

  No extinction is as well documented as that of the New Zealand Moa (pronounced mo-ah).   It was a large flightless bird of the order Dinornithiformes. Weighing up to (MORE)
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Where did moa live?

The Moa lived in parts of New Zealand, which the Maori used to hunt them, kill them and eat them.But nowadays the flightless Moa is extinct.
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Why was the moa extinct?

Because they were easy to see so that then the Maoris could capture them and then eat them. They also are extinct because of the haste's eagle that also ate them

Is a moa extinct?

yes it is. people say the reason it became extinct is because they think people were coming, or a volcano exploded, and the climate.

Were moas mammals?

No. The moa was a huge flightless bird of New Zealand that became  extinct around 1400 AD mainly due to hunting by humans. In their  time they were among the largest birds o (MORE)

Is a moa a dinosaur?

Moatus Mongar was one of the largest land carnivores of all time; the largest complete specimen, FMNH PR2081 ("Sue"), measured 12.8 metres (42 ft) long, and was 4.0 metres (13 (MORE)

What is moas unscrambled?

Moas is a plural noun (extinct flightless birds). The anagrams are  the names Amos and Soma, which is both an actual trademark  (carisoprodol) and a fictional drug from the (MORE)