What is the Largest Carnivorous Bird?

Titanis Walleri - Titanis Walleri
@jasjon (252)
December 7, 2006 8:39pm CST
the largest carnivorous bird is Titanis Walleri. This bird is known from the early Pleistocene (Ice Age) of Florida. It is the last known member of the family Phorusrhacidae, a group of large, flightless birds which evolved in South America. This creature had an estimated body height of 3 meters (if it stood fully erect, and 2.5 meters in more normal situations). Titanis really had arms instead of wings.
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@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
3 Jun 07
Thanks you for sharing , did not know this bird until you show me the picture yea ... hopefully you could share with us somemore knowlegde yea