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Ostrich Running. An ostrich running along next to a safari vehicle in Botswana Africa.
Difference Between Emu And Ostrich. The Ostrich has quite the same diet as the emu; both of them feed on invertebrates and plants. The egg laid by the Ostrich is also recorded as the largest egg of any of the living bird; it weighs something around 1.5 kilograms. Emu vs. Ostrich. Emu is the second largest bird in the world followed by the Ostrich.
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Likely Looney, Mostly Merrie: 181. The Lyin' Mouse (1937. The ostrich feels threatened and afraid, then starts to run away (Gee, this ostrich doesn't look like it's running away and I though they were the fastest running birds). The ostrich then stops at a hole and dunks it's head in and of course in reality; ostriches don't do that. The ostrich pops out of the hole after hearing another roar; smears
Common Ostrich. The common ostrich is an endotherm and maintains a body temperature of 38.1–39.7 °C (100.6–103.5 °F) in its extreme living temperature conditions, such as the heat of the savanna and desert regions of Africa.
Wikipedia. The ostriches are a family, Struthionidae, of flightless birds. The two extant species of ostrich are the common ostrich and Somali ostrich, both in the genus Struthio, which also contains several species known from Holocene fossils such as the Asian ostrich.