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The life cycle of an emu
Transcript of The life cycle of an emu
The emu is the largest bird in australia and the second largest in the world.emu's have long neck's sharp beak's and small ear's.They have 2 set's of eye lid's one for blinking and one for keeping out the dust.
THIRD the emu grows up and learns to catch his own food.The emu's feet are long with 3 toe's. One toe on each foot has a long talon for fighting.emu's can grow to between 5 to 6.5 feet [1.5-2 metre's] in hight and weigh 60 kg.males are slightly smaller than females.Male's make a grunting sound like a pig and female's make a loud booming sound.emu chicks are active as soon as they hatch.they can leave the nest only in a few day's.They stand about 25 cm tall and have fluffy feathers with brown and cream strips for camouflage.chicks grow very quickly up to 1 kg a week.its funny because emu's can even eat stone's and dirt.
The life cycle of a emu. First an emu grows in an egg. second Then the emu hatch's from the egg and becomes a young emu. Emu's are born with a few feathers .Once the emu chick is older and it is an adult it will find a mate in summer.then they will mate and lay eggs and the life cycle restarts again.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/.date retrieved 12/9/2014 .emu.htm.date retrieved on 13/9/2014 http://theaustralianemu.weebly.com/the-emus-life-cycle.html date retrieved 14/9/2014
emu's only eat seeds,fruits,flowers,insects and other small vertebrates
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