News Emu, second-largest living bird, spotted roaming around Dubai street

Emu, second-largest living bird, spotted roaming around Dubai street

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Residents have recently spotted an emu roaming around the Jumeirah area.

The footage was re-uploaded by Facebook community page United Arab Emirates Lovers.

The bird species is considered as the second-largest living bird after its ratite relative ostrich.

Watch the video below:

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