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    You probably haven't stopped to wonder how Australia's flightless emus go about their daily lives.

    Emus are almost as tall as ostriches, measuring up to 1.9 meters (6'2") in height. They reach this height when they are just six months old. They can sprint at 50 km/h (31 mph).

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