Thursday, October 11, 2012


The emu is a flightless bird that is rather large in stature. It is considered to be the second largest bird in the world. Emus can only be found on the continent of Australia. These birds have soft feathers that are light brown in color. They have long necks, dark colored beaks, and two incredibly strong legs. Emus are omnivores, and they will eat whatever they can find. These birds have been known to eat stones and tin cans accidentally along with the insects, leaves, and other items that they eat. The female emu will lay eggs in a nest that the male has made.           

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