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ratite birdflightless birds having flat breastbones lacking a keel for attachment of flight muscles: ostriches; cassowaries; emus; moas; rheas; kiwis; elephant birds
flightless birdflightless birds having flat breastbones lacking a keel for attachment of flight muscles: ostriches; cassowaries; emus; moas; rheas; kiwis; elephant birds
carinatebirds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles
carinate birdbirds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles
flying birdbirds having keeled breastbones for attachment of flight muscles
Ratitaeused in former classifications to include all ratite bird orders
superorder Ratitaeused in former classifications to include all ratite bird orders
Struthioniformesa ratite bird order: ostriches and related extinct birds; known from the Pleistocene onward
order Struthioniformesa ratite bird order: ostriches and related extinct birds; known from the Pleistocene onward
Struthionidaetall terrestrial birds: ostriches
family Struthionidaetall terrestrial birds: ostriches
Struthiotype genus of the Struthionidae: African ostriches
genus Struthiotype genus of the Struthionidae: African ostriches
ostrichfast-running African flightless bird with two-toed feet; largest living bird
Struthio camelusfast-running African flightless bird with two-toed feet; largest living bird
Casuariiformesa ratite bird order: cassowaries and emus
order Casuariiformesa ratite bird order: cassowaries and emus
Casuaridaea family of large ostrich-like birds including cassowaries
family Casuaridaea family of large ostrich-like birds including cassowaries
Casuariustype and sole genus of the Casuaridae: cassowaries
genus Casuariustype and sole genus of the Casuaridae: cassowaries
cassowarylarge black flightless bird of Australia and New Guinea having a horny head crest
Dromaiusa genus of birds in the order Casuariiformes
genus Dromaiusa genus of birds in the order Casuariiformes
emularge Australian flightless bird similar to the ostrich but smaller