beware of loose casgao
Sir Mula has discovered an amazing animal but dangerous called the Casgao and it is loose in Sts Peter & Paul’s School. The Casgao is a mix of a cassowary, dingo and kangaroo. The casgao has long dangerous claws and powerful legs with a long sharp horn on its head. They have a good sense of smell and has long distance and quick hearing and extremely fast legs with a swishing tail on its hind legs so the National zoo asks you to stay away until they find this animal.
The Casgao is a fan of meat. The Casgao only lives in Australia and New Guinea but mostly in the middle of Australia because of the warm climate and not in Tasmania. It has a big appetite and likes forestry places and sandy hills with room to spread around and jump and they also spend time close to water.
The head of the Casgao is blue and they have a dangerous horn on the top
The Casgao has long jumping legs and a large body.
The back feet and tail are very helpful for the Casgao.