How to Pronounce Rheas?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Rheas" is [ɹˈiːz], [ɹˈiːz], [ɹ_ˈiː_z].

"Rheas" in context

Rheas are flightless birds found in South America, similar in appearance and related to ostriches and emus. These large birds feed mainly on seeds, insects, roots, and plants, and have long bare necks and small heads.

Rheas are found in grasslands, highlands, and dry areas, where they forage for food and use their sharp claws to dig for food. They have strong legs that allow them to run quickly, and the males have wings that they use to balance themselves and control their speed. Rheas can reach heights of up to three feet tall and weigh up to 30 pounds.

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