a roadrunner can run about 15-17 mph
No birds can run besides the roadrunner. However the roadrunner is very fast.
Greater Roadrunner was created in 1829.
Roadrunners can't fly because they run on the road
A road runner can run speeds up to 17 mph.
Both the Greater Roadrunner (famous from the looney tunes cartons) and Ostrich are fast birds on land. The Greater Roadrunner can run at speeds of up to 20 miles per hour (32 km/h) which is fast for its size (56 centimeters 22 in long). The Ostrich on the other hand can run at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour (72 km/h) and is 1.8 to 2.75 meters (6 to 9 ft) above the ground which is considerably bigger than the Roadrunner. The Ostrich is also the fastest running bird.
Roadrunner (aka Greater Roadrunner)
The greater roadrunner is 22 inches (56 centimeters) tall.
it is able to run fast so that it can catch small rattlesnakes to eat.
No. It is an omnivore.
Roadrunner is one word. They are birds. They are in the Cuckoo family of birds. There are 2 types Roadrunner birds: Greater Roadrunner and Lesser Roadrunner.
Yes, for limited distances. It is called the roadrunner because it spends the majority of its time on the ground, where it can run quickly, around 20 mph or up to 26 mph in bursts.
it runs fast
Your question is not understandable, not to be mean though. Anyway I'm gonna try my best to understand and answer it with what I think you mean. The answer is a roadrunner.
The Greater Roadrunner is about 56 cm (22 in) and weighs 300 grams (10.5 oz) and is the largest North American cuckoo.
Dear Wiki Answers.com, How big do roadrunner birds get? How hevey do they get? How fast do they go?
a fast bird with feathers
Crossbreed a cheetah and oryx
No. Listed as Least Concern by the IUCN.