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Emu eggs hatching

Well it is the 1st April and we have another 9 more days to go.

Have a wonderful day, thanks for your support and interest.


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Also don't forget to book your tickets yo our fundraiser on 12 April at the Conservative club from 7.30pm. Tickets £10 to include hot meal (let me know if vegetarian )  Email me, text me on 07816816125. Of course tell your friends & Family. More details 

EMU'S have been ‘clocked’ at 31mph and can run great distances too, if needs be.

Even though its flightless, the emu still has wings. The emu uses them to cool themselves down. They stretch them out and allow air to move around the body. They also use them when they’re running at top speed to steer themselves in the right direction.

  • Emus are the second largest bird in the world. What’s first? Why the ostrich of course!
  • They can grow up to 2m tall.
  • They can live between ten and twenty years in the wild.
  • They are covered in soft fluffy feathers.
  • They have two sets of eyelids, one for blinking and the other for keeping the dust out!
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