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Emu in the bush A large emu walks through the bush in NSW, Australia. Emus are native to Australia, and are the nation’s largest bird. Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae) can grow to up to 1.9 metres and are the second-largest bird in the world (after the ostrich). They are flightless birds, with soft grey-brown feathers and bluish-black heads. They have long and powerful legs, and can reach speeds of 50 kilometres an hour – as well as being able to travel long distances. Emus are unusual looking birds and iconic to Australia. They mainly eat plants and insects and can go for long periods of times without eating or drinking. Bizarre Stock Photo
Emu in the bush A large emu walks through the bush in NSW, Australia. Emus are native to Australia, and are the nation’s largest bird. Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae) can grow to up to 1.9 metres and are the second-largest bird in the world (after the ostrich). They are flightless birds, with soft grey-brown feathers and bluish-black heads. They have long and powerful legs, and can reach speeds of 50 kilometres an hour – as well as being able to travel long distances. Emus are unusual looking birds and iconic to Australia. They mainly eat plants and insects and can go for long periods of times without eating or drinking. Bizarre Stock Photo

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A large emu walks through the bush in NSW, Australia. Emus are native to Australia, and are the nation’s largest bird. Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae) can grow to up to 1.9 metres and are the second-largest bird in the world (after the ostrich). They are flightless birds, with soft grey-brown feathers and bluish-black heads. They have long and powerful legs, and can reach speeds of 50 kilometres an hour – as well as being able to travel long distances. Emus are unusual looking birds and iconic to Australia. They mainly eat plants and insects and can go for long periods of times without eating or drinking.

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