Ostriches Jazmyn Gatson

  • Ostriches are the largest birds in the world. they can reach heights from 7 to 9 feet and can weight up to 320 pounds.
  • Opposed to flying, ostriches use their wings to help balance and change directions when they run.
  • Ostriches use their legs to kill,defend, and flee from predators.
  • They can maintain speeds up to 43 mph and run 10 mile distances at speeds of at least 30 mph

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Created with images by Pexels - "bird animals ostrich" • Bluesnap - "wild game ostrich" • Ben_Kerckx - "rhea runner bird"

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