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Emu are found primarily in Australia, but also in New Guinea, Indonesia, Solomon Islands, and the Philippines.
Emus live in small groups where the males will incubate up to 25 eggs laid by several females. During the 54-60 day incubation the male will not eat, drink, or defecate. Males become very aggressive once the chicks are hatched. They will chase away females and attack anything that comes close to their nest. The male will stay with the chicks for about 5 to 7 months.
Emus have a prehistoric-like claw on the tip of their small wings.
Emus will travel hundreds of miles to find food and water sources.