What is the national bird of Australia?
Asked by pravin, 22 May 08:13 pm
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Emu is the national bird. But unlike India, which protects its national bird peacock, Australia commercially exploits Emu and there are Emu farms not only in Australia but all over the world, including India.Answered by Ayan Mohammad, 22 May 08:17 pm
EmuAnswered by aflatoon, 23 May 12:12 pm
None at allAnswered by rajan, 23 May 07:15 am
EmuAnswered by manoharkhanna, 23 May 05:59 am
Given the stats about Emu in context to Australia, Emu is not the national bird of Australia. The fact is that Australia has not officially accepted it. So there is no official bird of Australia.
Source: http://www.marinedepot.com/Answered by Marine Depot, 23 May 03:03 am
EmuAnswered by Manpreet, 22 May 08:19 pm
Kangaru:-)Answered by apsaikia, 22 May 08:19 pm
Emu.Answered by amitava duttamajumdar, 22 May 08:19 pm
Emu is said to be the national bird of australiaAnswered by rajnikant raiyarela, 22 May 08:14 pm
Australia does not have an official national birdAnswered by conviction, 22 May 08:14 pm