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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Where Do Ostriches Live In Africa?

Where do African Ostrich Live

Amazing African Ostrich

The ostrich is native to Africa and are the largest birds in the world. Ostriches live in portions of 25 African countries.

The ostrich is the largest and heaviest living bird living in just under half of Africa's 54 countries.

The ostrich is native to Africa photo by Jim Bowen
Ostrich is lean and tastes like beef


The ostrich is native to Africa and are the largest birds in the world. When fully grown stand Ostriches stand about 7 to 9 feet tall and can weigh 200 to 400 pounds. 


Female ostriches are brown and gray; males are black with white wings and tail feathers. 


Ostrich is lean and tastes like beef, but contains much less fat. In fact, Ostrich meat is even lower in calories than chicken and turkey. Ostrich meat is sold as steaks, fillet, medallions, roasts and ground meat. 


The most tender meat comes from the thigh or fan. Adult ostriches yield about 80 pounds of red meat, which comes primarily from the upper leg, back and thigh muscles.




Where Do Ostriches Live In Africa?




The ostrich is the largest and heaviest bird located in just under half of Africa's 54 countries.
Botswana


Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Chad

Djibouti

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Kenya

Lesotho

Mali 

Mauritania

Mozambique

Namibia

Niger

Nigeria

Senegal
Where Do Ostriches Live In Africa?
Where Do Ostriches Live In Africa?

Somalia

South Africa

South Sudan

Sudan

eSwatini (formally Swaziland)

Tanzania

Uganda

Zambia and Zimbabwe.


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