Meet the Emu Family in New Port Richey-Florida
There are some homes with large acreage just a couple of miles from where we live. I noticed these guys a few weeks back and finally got to take some pictures.
The one on the bottom right was very agitated because I came close to take pictures. The other two came running over to see if I had food, I think.
Emus come from Australia and are the second largest bird behind the ostrich. They are members of the ratite (flightless) family of birds, but can run up to 31 mph. Emus are known for their curiosity and are often trapped by hunters because they can't resist checking things out.
An interesting Emu fact: The eggs are incubated by the male and he takes care of the babies for 6-9 months.
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