The Extraordinary Emu: Educational Version

The emu is Australia’s biggest native bird. It is the second biggest bird in the world. The biggest is the ostrich.
The emu belongs to the family known as ratites. Ratites are birds that don’t fly and have small wings and flat breastbones.
Even though emus can’t fly they can run very fast. They run up to 31 miles per hour (50 kilometres per hour).
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Published by LearningIsland.com
Words: 5,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301263721
About Sharon Greenaway

Sharon Greenaway loves animals and loves writing about them.
Her first book was about the Silkie chicken, and she has had many true life articles and stories published in books, magazines and online.
Sharon got her first camera when she was ten. Last year she completed a Visual Arts Degree in Photography and hopes to add her lifelong love of photography to her storytelling.
Sharon lives on the edge of the bush in Bendigo, Australia, with her husband, two children, a dog, and budgerigar and some ‘retired’ Silkie chickens.

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