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Pokawi were flightless fowl which lived high among the peaks of Po-Metru, feeding on whatever vegetation might be there. Their only protection from predators was their high vantage point, which allowed them to spot predators before they could get too close.1, 2 On Mata Nui, they were known for scattering in all directions at the approach of enemies, confusing them with their sudden movement.2


The Pokawi jungle fowl was a small, flightless bird of Le-Wahi with a loud "pok-pok-pok" call. Pokawi spent their entire lives on the marshy jungle floor, hunting for edible insects and fallen fruits or seeds. When a flock of Pokawi was surprised by a Rahi, each hopped away in a different direction, creating a bewildering explosion of sound and color that confused the predator and helped the birds to escape.3

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