ostrich, emu, kiwi, penguin, and the chicken (kindof, it can't fly for very long).
There are about 40 flightless birds.. The most common are emus, ostriches, kiwis, turkeys, penguins, rheas. dodo and the smallest, the so-called "Inaccessible Island Rail" this last one is found in the Tristan Archipelago in the South Atlantic. The penguins which are found only in the southern hemisphere prefer to live in islands & continental regions where there's plenty of water and free from land predators. The rest live in scrub and grasslands.
by NP.QUEEN7 years ago
Do you like to preserve penguin bird ???
by juniorsbook7 years ago
Which bird can fly straight up, down, and backward?
by scoop5 years ago
Is it legal to own a penguin in the us?
by Preethy4 years ago
Is global warming affecting Antarctica and how can we save penguin
by juniorsbook6 years ago
Which species of penguins is found in the wild only in the tropical areas of South America?
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