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(Guardian)   Half-ton birds may have roamed prehistoric Europe before finally ending up on Sesame Street   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Ostrich, Giant flightless birds, Human, thigh bone, Dinosaur, massive bird, Crimea, Kiwi  
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2019-06-27 10:15:17 AM  
Did they roam the Earth at the same te as Snufflupagi?
 
2019-06-27 10:48:14 AM  
And then they defeated Australia in the Emu War.
 
2019-06-27 11:10:26 AM  
Half-ton birds? Is this about subby's mum.
 
2019-06-27 11:12:54 AM  
Were they delicious?
 
2019-06-27 11:14:15 AM  

ArkAngel: Did they roam the Earth at the same te as Snufflupagi?


Yes but they hunted them to near extinction
 
2019-06-27 11:29:14 AM  
Dire Ostrich!
 
2019-06-27 11:35:02 AM  
Scientists have just released this CGI model of what these birds may have looked like:

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2019-06-27 12:36:11 PM  
If any of these dire ostriches survived into relatively modern times, they probably ended up in the Roman arena along with other species like the British lion.
 
2019-06-27 02:07:49 PM  
Sort of give a new spin on buffalo wings.
 
2019-06-27 02:48:38 PM  
That's a whole lot of Rosie.
 
2019-06-27 05:30:14 PM  
Your gonna need a bigger bottle of Frank's
SQUAWK
 
2019-06-27 10:17:42 PM  
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