Emu sketch

The second largest bird in the world – the Emu – is common throughout most of mainland Australia. The Emu is a flightless bird capable of sprinting at speeds up to 30mph (48 km/h) and is the only bird with calf muscles. The powerful legs of the Emu allows them to jump up to heights of 7 feet – straight up.

Emu

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