R is for Rhea (Thought it was an Emu but Caleb corrected me - I actually just copied from someone else, but thanks for info Caleb!)

"E is for Emu". Only problem with this caption: That is not an emu, that is a rhea. But it's ok.

Greater rhea pair arp - Rhea (bird) - Wikipedia

Greater rhea pair arp - Rhea (bird) - Wikipedia

Escaped Giant Rhea Bird Can Disembowel A Human With One Strike

Escaped South American Bird Can Disembowel A Human With One Strike

The female partner of the missing Rhea bird which has been on the loose from a private collection in Carlton-in-Lindrick near Worksop, Nottinghamshire, U.

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Facts and Information about Greater Rhea. Greater Rhea Description, Behavior, Feeding, Reproduction, Greater Rhea threats and

Rhea Bird, Flightless Bird, Head, Big Bird, Portrait

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Rheas are large, flightless birds with gray-brown plumage, long legs and long necks, similar to an ostrich. Large males of R. americana can reach 170 cm (67 in) tall at the head, 100 cm (39 in) at the back and can weigh up to 40 kg (88 lb),[6] The Lesser Rhea is somewhat smaller as they are only 90 cm (35 in) tall at the back. Their wings are large for a flightless bird (250 cm (8.2 ft)) and are spread while running, to act like sails. Unlike most birds, rheas have only three toes.

Family Rheidae: rheas: ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone); native to South America

Rhea The Naked Birdie, wearing a customized sweater handmade especially for her!

Cherry a Blue…free flight macaw blue and gold macaw with Green-w ….