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Australian Wildlife

Australian Emu, Cassowary, Ostrich



Emu and Cassowaries

Cassowary
(Casuarius casuarius)
Cassowary
The Cassowary is a large flightless rainforest bird about the size of an Emu. It has brilliant blue and purple head and neck and red wattles. The body has black feathers. Cassowary feathers differ from other birds in that they have a quill that... Click to continue>
Emu
(Dromaius novaehollandiae)
Emu
The Emu is a large flightless bird and is one of the world's largest birds. It is slightly smaller than the Ostrich. They have strong legs and run fast- up to 50 kilometres per hour. Emus are good swimmers and like to play in water or mud. Click to continue>

Ostriches

Ostrich
(Struthio camelus)
Ostrich
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