Pterocnemia

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a genus of birds of the family Rheidae

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Senior zoo bird keeper said: "Our Darwin's rhea pair, Evita and Ramon, are in their first breeding season at the zoo and we were hoping we might help them to hatch and rear their first chick this year.
ZOO bird keepers are celebrating after nine chicks emerged from a rare pair of Darwin's rheas.
Darwin's rheas are large flightless birds, named after geologist Charles Darwin.