Emu

emu and her chicks, more probably His chicks, the male Emu looks after the young most of the time.

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Emu image source The emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) is the second-largest living bird by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. It is endemic to Australia where it is the largest native bird and the.

An emu stands erect on one foot

An emu stands erect on one foot

(Five-day-old Emus) * * WE BE PRETTY SLICK CHICKS AND WILLZ GROW INTO BEAUTIFUL BIRDS."

So Cute And Fluffy

Funny pictures about Baby Emus. Oh, and cool pics about Baby Emus. Also, Baby Emus photos.

Well, howdy.

" - Clearly this cheeky emu in has already had his daily coffee hit (lizzyallnutt/IG)”

BIRDS OF AUSTRALIA- EMU - to the aussie outback know as the fence breakers to…

Emu can be fun, interesting, even affectionate and make good hobby farm pets IF hand raised by you (they imprint). Or at least raised by some human instead of emu parents.

Emu family, you can't help but smile at the wildlife!

Emu family in rural Australia, you can't help but smile at the wildlife!

Elizabeth Barrett Oil Painting Print Bird by ElizabethBarrettArt, $4.00

Emu oil painting print by Elizabeth Barrett Printed on high quality gloss paper Welcome! My name is Elizabeth Barrett, painting

emu feet - what Tyrannosaurus rex scales looked like wherever the beast wasn't feathered (if feathered.).

emu feet - what Tyrannosaurus rex scales looked like wherever the beast wasn't…

Raising Emus.  Have you ever wondered what these birds are like?  They're simply amaizng and did you know they make great guard birds. -Garden Up Green

Have you ever wondered what these birds are like? They're simply amaizng and did you know they make great guard birds.

Speckled emu egg. These emu eggshells will have one of the following rare or unusual patterns: Speckled, Halo, Bald, Spiral, Etc. See the images on this board. http://www.uniquelyemu.com/EMUEGG-SPEC/Emu-Eggshell-Special.htm

Emu egg - The emu eggs are on average 13 cm × 9 cm in × in) and weigh between 450 and 650 g and lb). The first verified occurrence of genetically identical avian twins was demonstrated in the emu.

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