EMU 2

These big, beautiful flightless birds are the second largest birds in the world (the ostrich is the largest).

Emus are good swimmers and don’t mind taking a dip in a pond or lake.

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These big, beautiful flightless birds are the second largest birds in the world (the ostrich is the largest).

Emu, (Dromaius novaehollandiae), flightless bird of Australia that is the second largest living bird: the emu is more than 1.5 metres (5 feet) tall and may weigh more than 45 kg (100 pounds). The emu is the sole living member of the family Dromaiidae (or Dromiceiidae) of the order Casuariiformes, which also includes the cassowaries.

Emus are good swimmers and don’t mind taking a dip in a pond or lake.

The first occurrence of identical bird twins was discovered in the emu.

More than 600 places in Australia are named after the emu.

While running, the emu’s stride can be almost 9 feet (2.7 meters) long.

The Australian coat of arms has the image of an emu and a kangaroo, both animals that cannot back up.

An emu’s body contains 3 gallons (13.6 liters) of oil. Emu oil is used in lotions, soaps, shampoo, and health care products.

All image downloads are print ready clean images without Copyright Watermarks.

When selecting your image download, you will receive two (2) downloads one with the photographer signature one without.

All printed images come with the artist’s signature discreetly placed on the print.