Rhea The Naked Birdie, wearing a customized sweater handmade especially for her!

Rhea The Naked Birdie, wearing a customized sweater handmade especially for her!

Naked birdie!  #birthdaysuit #lookingatthebrightside #fresh #nakedandhappy…

Naked birdie! #birthdaysuit #lookingatthebrightside #fresh #nakedandhappy…

The Rhea is a large flightless bird native to South America and is part of the family of birds known as Ratites, which includes the Ostrich, Emu, Kiwi and Cassowary. Rheas are often mistaken for Ostriches because they share similar characteristics and grow to an impressive size. The male bird hatches and raises the young. After mating, the male builds a nest and incubates the eggs. Once hatched, he continues to rear the chicks, guarding them from any potential threat for the first six…

The Rhea is a large flightless bird native to South America and is part of the family of birds known as Ratites, which includes the Ostrich, Emu, Kiwi and Cassowary. Rheas are often mistaken for Ostriches because they share similar characteristics and grow to an impressive size. The male bird hatches and raises the young. After mating, the male builds a nest and incubates the eggs. Once hatched, he continues to rear the chicks, guarding them from any potential threat for the first six…

R is for Rhea (Thought it was an Emu but Caleb corrected me - I actually just copied from someone else, but thanks for info Caleb!)

R is for Rhea (Thought it was an Emu but Caleb corrected me - I actually just copied from someone else, but thanks for info Caleb!)

A pair of Greater Rheas, (or Emus), and is a flightless bird, in the family of Ostriches and the Lesser Rheas, both livingin South America. When they run, they run in a zig-zag pattern, using their wings to steer with, one at a time. They live in small flocks and seperate for mating season. Greater rhea pair arp.jpg

A pair of Greater Rheas, (or Emus), and is a flightless bird, in the family of Ostriches and the Lesser Rheas, both livingin South America. When they run, they run in a zig-zag pattern, using their wings to steer with, one at a time. They live in small flocks and seperate for mating season. Greater rhea pair arp.jpg

Rhea (bird) Bird Image - http://www.petandanimals.com/rhea-bird-bird-image-56/

Rhea (bird) Bird Image - http://www.petandanimals.com/rhea-bird-bird-image-56/

Escaped Giant Rhea Bird Can Disembowel A Human With One Strike

Escaped South American Bird Can Disembowel A Human With One Strike

Escaped Giant Rhea Bird Can Disembowel A Human With One Strike

Family Rheidae: rheas: ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone); native to South America; 2 extant speices

Family Rheidae: rheas: ratites (flightless birds without a keel on their sternum bone); native to South America; 2 extant speices

Rhea (bird) Bird Image - http://www.petandanimals.com/rhea-bird-bird-image-53/

Rhea (bird) Bird Image - http://www.petandanimals.com/rhea-bird-bird-image-53/

Rhea the Naked Birdie: Bird Who Lost Her Feathers Is So Loved Now This bird lost all her feathers when she got sick — but she has the BEST mom now and can't stop singing

Rhea the Naked Birdie: Bird Who Lost Her Feathers Is So Loved Now This bird lost all her feathers when she got sick — but she has the BEST mom now and can't stop singing

This adorable featherless bird has won the hearts of thousands after a virus made her bald

The oven-ready parrot: Rhea the bald bird wins the hearts of thousands

This adorable featherless bird has won the hearts of thousands after a virus made her bald

Rhea bird- Ostrich lives in Africa, whereas Rheas live in South America.• Ostrich is the largest living bird, while a rhea is about two third of its size .• Rhea males and females are similar in colouration, but ostrich male is black and female is brown. • Rhea can run fast, but ostrich is the fastest bipedal land animal. • Ostrich eggs are much larger than rhea  • Rheas have three toes in each foot, but ostriches have only two toes

Rhea bird- Ostrich lives in Africa, whereas Rheas live in South America.• Ostrich is the largest living bird, while a rhea is about two third of its size .• Rhea males and females are similar in colouration, but ostrich male is black and female is brown. • Rhea can run fast, but ostrich is the fastest bipedal land animal. • Ostrich eggs are much larger than rhea • Rheas have three toes in each foot, but ostriches have only two toes

'Chris' the runaway rhea bird is shot and has his remains used to make gourmet sausages - UK - News - The Independent

'Chris' the runaway rhea bird is shot and has his remains used to make gourmet sausages

'Chris' the runaway rhea bird is shot and has his remains used to make gourmet sausages - UK - News - The Independent

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