Plate 44, Fig. 2, shows one made out of brown feathers of young cassowary, white cockatoo feathers and red-black parrot feathers.
Among the Kuinmurbura, it is the white cockatoo and the crow.
Said the white cockatoo To the ape in the Zoo,“And your tail is excessively long!”
Said an ape in the Zoo To a white cockatoo:“Your beak is uncommonly strong!”
She reminded me of a sulphur-crested, white cockatoo I had seen at the Zoo.
The example of the white cockatoo, of which we spoke above, proves that there are exceptions.
We sailed from Meringe Lagoon with two, an Irish terrier and a white cockatoo.
No snakes nor reptiles of any description were seen, but birds of various sorts were abundant, particularly the white cockatoo.
Mr. Cheeseman rumpled his thick hair till it gave the impression of Papa Monkey's having married a white cockatoo.
A large tribe of natives, called the white cockatoo men happened to pay the settlement a visit while we were there.