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In the wild, emus are usually solitary but will travel together in large flocks occasionally to search for food. Sammy the emu will follow his keepers and volunteers around the yard out of curiosity all day! Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

In the wild, emus are usually solitary but will travel together in large flocks occasionally to search for food. Sammy the emu will follow his keepers and volunteers around the yard out of curiosity all day! Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Did you know, emus can be up to 6ft tall? Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Did you know, emus can be up to 6ft tall? Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Why hello there! Emus have a second set of eyelids to help protect their eyes from dirt and dust. Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Why hello there! Emus have a second set of eyelids to help protect their eyes from dirt and dust. Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation.

Did you know an emu can run up to 40 MPH?  Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Cressa Cruzan

Did you know an emu can run up to 40 MPH? Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Cressa Cruzan

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Trex Images

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Trex Images

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Trex Images

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Trex Images

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Trex Images

Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation. Photo by: Trex Images

Zookeeper Cynthia with Alpacas. Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation

Zookeeper Cynthia with Alpacas. Rancho Las Lomas Wildlife Foundation

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