Can an Ostrich Fly?

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An ostrich cannot fly due to its massive size and weight which can weigh up to about136 kilograms. The size of its wing span is small compared to its weight and size hence making flight impossible. However, it has powerful legs that enable it run fast achieving up to 70 kilometres per hour.
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Ostriches cannot fly. They are flightless.
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They refuse to give up their box cutters and nail clippers so the FAA has banned all ostriches from commercial flights. The really rich ostriches have been seen on private planes
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The ostrich is the largest & heaviest living bird. It is a flightless bird, instead its built for running.Ostriches can sprint short bursts up to 43mph
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