Rhea picture...please post one

Discussion in 'Ostriches, Emu, Rheas' started by heatherindeskies, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. heatherindeskies

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    have no idea what one looks like.....
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  2. smileysal

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    Always glad to oblige with photos, here's my babies, Bonnie and Clyde, they're white but rheas also come in grey!!!
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    Size comparison at 3 weeks old with fully grown Chinese Gander!
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    Size compariosn with 2 week old chicken chick!
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    And the rest are just pretty pics, cos they're beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  3. NC29mom

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    Awwww, sooooooooooo gorgeous!!
     
  4. ChickenHwk

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    Quote:Where did you get your Rhea, I have always wanted a pair.
     
  5. casuarius

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    [​IMG] my adult male rhea
     
  6. Highlander

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    I have 8 - 6 whites and 2 grey. I got mine last month, they are 3 months old now. Love them!

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  7. Princess Amri

    Princess Amri Is Mostly Harmless

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    Rheas are so cool looking. [​IMG]
     
  8. Princess Poppycock

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    Where do you get them from, and what is the dofference between a rhea and an emu (stupid newbie question)?

    They are beautiful!!!!!!!
     
  9. D'Angelo N Va.

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    also, what is the temperment of the Rhea's. Are they likely to give a swift kick like the emus and ostriches if in mating season??
     

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