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Cute Animal Pictures: 150 Of The Cutest Animals!

Cute animal pictures: 100 of the cutest animals! - Cute animal pictures: 100 of the cutest animals!

Rod Hull & Emu

Emu and Rod Hull. I had a replica puppet that I used to drive everyone mad with.

Wilsons Prom National Park - A male emu and chicks on the access road Victoria, Australia

Emu and her chicks. It is the largest bird native to Australia. The largest can reach up to in height. The mother lays the eggs and then leaves to find another mate and lay more eggs. The father rears the young and is a single parent.

Southern Cassowary - These birds are fascinating to me. They look prehistoric.

Southern Cassowary - (Casuarius casuarius) flightless birds native to tropical forests of Northeastern Australia and New Guinea.

Zwei superknuffige kleine Baby Emus, ihr seht ja total niedlich aus! Voll süüüüüß! :o))

There only 5 days old.and they already look bad ass! Like that's me!

"OSTRICH" LARGE A3 PRINT From Original Watercolour By Maria Moss

"OSTRICH" LARGE A3 PRINT From Original Watercolour By Maria Moss

OSTRICH Art Signed Print from an original watercolour painting by artist Maria Moss. Available in 4 sizes.

Cassowaries stand between 1.5-2 metres in height and both sexes are similar in appearance. The female is larger and the more aggressive. Cassowaries are the heaviest bird in Australia and tend to be solitary. Mature birds only tolerate each other during the courting and mating process. The male incubates the eggs and sits on them for about 50 days. When the chicks hatch he then takes sole responsibility for rearing them for up to 16 months.

Cassuar-do-sul Southern Cassowary (Casuarius casuarius) Cassowary with chicks.mainly located in the tropical rain forests of New Guinea and northeastern Australia

ARTFINDER: Dark Chocolate _Emu by Arti Chauhan - Another Emu ,looking sharp as ever.These soft feathered,flightless Australian birds are distant relatives to the ostrich.I like the alert look in their orang...

Dark Chocolate _Emu

ARTFINDER: Dark Chocolate _Emu by Arti Chauhan - Another Emu ,looking sharp as ever.These soft feathered,flightless Australian birds are distant relatives to the ostrich.I like the alert look in their orange eyes.

Emu: "Common on arid plains and woodlands throughout the mainland, the emu has long powerful legs and can sprint at 50km/h." www.bradtguides.com

Emu - something about this photo made me smile :-) The eye? The food hanging out? The hairdo?

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.

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