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How to Pronounce Emus?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Emus" is [ˈiːmjuːz], [ˈiːmjuːz], [ˈiː_m_j_uː_z].

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"Emus" in context

Emus are large, flightless birds native to Australia. They are the second tallest bird in the world, reaching up to 6.6 feet tall and weighing up to 55 pounds. Emus have long necks, small heads, two small, sturdy legs, and strong feet with long claws. They are mostly brown and grey in color, but they can be speckled with white and black spots. They also have long, sparse feathers which help them stay cool in the hot Aussie climate.

Emus have a diet consisting mainly of plants and insects.

Usage over time for Emus:

This graph shows how "Emus" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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