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Roadrunner Chaparral Bird

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Roadrunner Chaparral Bird DXF file and SVG cut ready for CNC machines and designed to be cut for plasma, laser, and water jet cutters and can be scaled to any size to fit your design needs.

It is the magic element of your garden and home decor. These are good clean dxf files, No surprises with extra cuts or too many nodes leaving you with a rough cut. These will cut clean. 

Available Formats: DXF and SVG files.

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Resizable DXF files:
These dxf designs can be scaled down to be smaller, but this is limited according to your machine type and your cutting beam width. All our designs are designed considering the minimum cutting beam width is 0.0625" (1.6 mm). If you need help or you facing problems scaling the dxf files feel free to contact us and leave your comment, we are glad to help you.
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Abstract:
The roadrunners, also known as chaparral birds or chaparral cocks, are two species of fast-running ground cuckoos with long tails and crests. The most famous bird in the southwest featured in folklore and cartoons, known for its long tail and expressive crest. The Roadrunner walks and runs on the ground, flying only when necessary. It can run 15 miles per hour, probably with much faster spurts when chasing a fast-running lizard or other prey. They are found in the southwestern and south-central United States and Mexico, usually in the desert. Although not known to attack humans, roadrunners eat whatever they find and can be extremely aggressive. The roadrunner is one of the few birds fast enough to capture and kill a rattlesnake. Greater roadrunners live year-round in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, and southern California. They can be seen in deserts, brush, and grasslands on the ground or sitting on low perches, such as fences. Predators of roadrunners are raccoons, hawks, and, of course, coyotes


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