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How to Pronounce rhea?

Correct pronunciation for the word "rhea" is [ɹˈiː], [ɹˈiː], [ɹ_ˈiː].

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"Rhea" in context

Rhea is a genus of large flightless birds native to Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay in South America. They are related to the ostrich and emu, and resemble them in many ways, especially in size. These large, terrestrial birds can reach up to 2.75m in height and 130kg in weight. Rheas have long legs with sturdy toes and sharp claws, long necks, and long, hollowed-out wings. They are brownish in color, with eyes located near the top of their heads. Rheas are omnivorous, eating mostly plants and sometimes small animals.

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