Rheas – The Best Dads in the Animal Kingdom

Rheas – The Best Dads in the Animal Kingdom

Like ostriches and emus, rheas large, flightless bird. They live in South America on the prairies of Brazil and Argentina. They stood only 4 feet tall and they look like a small ostrich. Rheas Rheas Prepare Nests their image – Science for children All About Rheas All about Rheas – they are large, flightless birds. They live in South America on the prairies of Brazil and Argentina. Rheas can be a best dads animal kingdom. South rheas build large nests on the ground. They mate with more than one woman. All the females lay their eggs in a nest. Sometimes a nest can contain up to 50 eggs! That’s a lot of kids! The father sat on the eggs and care for babies after they hatch. They will not let any animals up close – not even women. The male care Rhea infants up to 6 months and even through other baby rheas become lost. South Rhea View Image Its Children The male care Rhea infants up to 6 months and even through other baby rheas become lost. Interesting funny random facts about children’s Rheas Rheas eat almost anything they can find. They like vegetable, fruits and nuts. They will also eat lizards, insects, birds and small mammals. Farmers do not like rheas because they eat the crops. Rheas can not fly, but they can run fast. They use their wings for balance when they’re running. Rheas live in large schools except during the breeding season. Sometimes they have to live with deer and other animals. Those hunting for eggs and meat rheas theirs. A Flock of Rheas photos animal facts for kids Rheas live in large schools except during the breeding season.

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