How big is a emu egg?
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An emu is the second largest bird in the world and is a close relative to the largest bird, the ostrich. Both birds belong to the ratite group, an ancient bird group made up of flightless birds that are different from all other bird groups.
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An emu egg is typically five to six inches in length, and can weigh up to two pounds. One emu egg is equal to about 10 chicken eggs. Aside from its...
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Did you know that some birds swallow rocks? In this lesson, you'll find out why emus swallow rocks and how these rocks help them. You'll also find out some other interesting facts about emus, one of the world's biggest birds.