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EMUSExpressivity in Music and Speech
EMUSElectromagnetic Ultrasonic Testing
EMUSEnvironmental Management in the US (academic track; University of Guelph; Ontario, Canada)
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If one really wants to come across emus in large numbers one place to go would be the Riverina, an agricultural region south-west of New South Wales.
He said its neck was merely scratched, so he untangled it, made a leash from rope, and Mounted Patrol Commander David Misenhelter led the emu into a horse trailer.
The emu is the world's second-tallest bird - only the ostrich is bigger.
Even though emus are tall, many resources say that emus do not require a lot of leg space, despite the more the merrier attitude of the emu.
Emu is a flightless and a native bird of Australia.
The New South Wales state roads authority said it was working on a plan to minimise the impact of a Pacific Highway upgrade on a small emu population on Australia's east coast.
Minnaar and Minnaar (1992) predicted that emus in the United States would only be found in domesticated or semi-domesticated situations, and would not be feral.
Emus can grow up to six feet tall and weigh as much as 100 pounds.
Finally on Friday, the emu was reunited with its owner Ruben Navarro 12 days after it was spotted by motorists on the Antelope Valley Freeway in Acton.
The music promoter and the former soap star were voted out by the public after a bizarre emu trial to win a celebrity chest.
Single-minded focus on this difficulty in the past has been the excuse for doing no research, said Miller, who added that facilities like Japan's EMUs could be used to assess individual responses in the absence of any consensus on case definitions or phenotypes.
And Esther is thought to be one of the first emus to hatch in a natural nest in Ireland.