Emus have long necks and two sets of eyelids, one for blinking and one to keep the dust out. They have long feet with three toes on each foot.
Each of their feathers has a double shaft. They run holding out their tiny wings hidden under the feathers to serve as stabilizers.
An emu can grow to between 5 to 6.5 feet in height and can weigh up to 130 lbs. The males are slightly smaller than females.
Are large graceful wading birds with long-legs, long-necks and long beaks belonging to the family Coconiidae.
Are medium-sized African antelopes that can leap to a height of 10 feet or 33 feet ahead when running.
Are the smallest group of flightless birds belonging to the genus Apteryx.
Are amphibians with a large head, large eyes and smooth moist skin.
Is a warm blood mammal that belongs to the monotreme group that lay eggs.
Are small domesticated or wild swimming birds that are broad-billed and web-footed belonging to the Anatidae family of birds.
Are tail-less amphibians with stout bodies and long hind limbs for leaping of the family Bugonidae.
Are giant birds found on every continent except Antarctica.
Are large aquatic reptiles commonly referred as the Spectacled Caiman as the ridges above their eyes appear as if they wear sunglasses.
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Are the second largest birds in the world after ostriches and belong to a family of flightless birds called ‘Ratites’.