"Flightless birds- Birds that cannot Fly"

"Flightless birds- Birds that cannot Fly"

Instead of flying, ostriches are exceptional runners and can reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour (72 kilometers per hour).



The second-largest bird in the world after the ostrich, Emus are flightless and have strong legs, which they use for running and defense.


They are known for their bright blue skin and helmet-like casques on their heads. Cassowaries are considered one of the most dangerous birds due to their powerful legs and sharp claws.


They have long, slender bills and are known for their excellent sense of smell. Kiwis are primarily nocturnal and are adapted to life on the forest floor.


They are excellent swimmers and use their wings as flippers to navigate the ocean. Their wings are highly modified for underwater propulsion.


The kākāpō, also known as the night parrot or owl parrot, is a critically endangered flightless parrot native to New Zealand.


There are two species, the greater rhea and the lesser rhea. They have long legs and necks and are excellent runners.


It was once thought to be extinct but was rediscovered in the 20th century. Conservation efforts are in place to protect this rare species.