30 Interesting Facts About Ostriches

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  1. KnightsOfColumbus says:

    Just wanted to point out that number 1 and 14 do not logically agree. As a parent protects its eggs it would be entirely logical for an ostrich to seemingly bury its head in the ground to adjust the eggs and possibly cause the sides of the hole to cave in covering them and then naturally removing its head from the ground in order to fight or run. That is where the idea of burying their head when sensing danger comes from and people have unknowingly viewed and documented this behavior

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