Skeleton cast and model of dodo at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
A terminated flightless flying creature that possessed Mauritius, It was around one meter tall and weighed about 10 kg. The primary record we found of the Dodo’s appearance is through changed representations and formed records from the seventeenth century so its right appearance remains dubious. It is accepted the winged animal got the opportunity to be unmistakably flightless because of the openness of inexhaustible sustenance sources and a relative nonattendance of predators. Dutch mariners at first recorded a say of dodo in 1598. The flying creature was chased to termination by mariners and their tamed creatures, and intrusive species.