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Can you ride an emu?

You cannot ride an emu. Though they are tall (1.6m to 2m in height), they weigh only 30-45kg, which is less than the weight of an average teenager or adult. They are not stron (MORE)
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How do you extract emu oil from an emu?

The oil is taken from the fatty tissue on the top layer of the emu's back. First the fat is separated from the meat, then it's removed from the skin. The fat is then ground an (MORE)
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What are emus?

Emus are large, flightless birds of Australia. They grow to between 1.6 metres and 2 metres high, on average. They weigh between 30 and 45 kilograms, with the female usually s (MORE)
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Why do emus live where they do?

Emus need open country, so tend to live in grasslands and open bushland and heath, where they can run easily. They live wherever the food source is sufficient, and have been k (MORE)
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What can emus do?

They can swim and eat lizards and other small animals but they are a flightless bird. Emus can become a good pet and get along well with other animals such as chickens, goats, (MORE)
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Can emus kill you?

Yes, they can. They kick very hard, and have sharp toenails. Never stand directly behind one. However, they are generally quite placid creatures and do not pose danger to p (MORE)
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Are emus carnivores?

No, emus are omnivores. They eat a variety of fresh plant matter and vegetation, as well as insects, larvae and even small reptiles.
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What is the behavior of an emu?

Nosy to the point of being annoying, emus are not at all shy around people, they actually prefer it, but their nature to examine thing with their beaks, could catch someone of (MORE)
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Where are emus found?

Emus are native to the continent of Australia . Emus occur in all Australian states except Tasmania. They can be found almost anywhere in the country except within urban a (MORE)
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How does the emu communicate?

Like most animals, emus communicate via sounds. The sound made by an emu can best be described as a deep-throated "drumming". They are able to fill their throat pouches with a (MORE)