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Ostrich (Struthio camelus), head-shot : Stock Photo
Ostriches are the largest living birds reaching heights of up to 2.4 m. They are flightless, but are fast runners capable of reaching speeds of 65kmph. Native to varied habitats in Africa.

Ostrich (Struthio camelus), head-shot

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Christoph Burki
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Ostriches are the largest living birds reaching heights of up to 2.4 m. They are flightless, but are fast runners capable of reaching speeds of 65kmph. Native to varied habitats in Africa.
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