The grass plains have long been home to the rhea , whose eggs are thought a delicacy, as well as the flesh, which is either jerked or eaten fresh.
Glacial ice in your whiskey, guaranteed guanaco, condor and rhea sightings, and even a vegetarian option come mealtimes are just some of the luxuries.
The chicks have now been removed from the father - who, in the case of the rhea family, incubates the eggs and cares for the chicks.
The rhea and our very own ostrich, as well as the emu from New Zealand all look as if they had the same ancestor.
He saw the common rhea - an ostrichlike bird - living in Argentina.
Because rheas walk almost continuously while foraging, we considered that they were walking instead of foraging only when the head was above the body while walking.
Moreover, if ostriches and rheas are indeed related to each other, as some evidence seems to suggest, then they represent a historical connection across the South Atlantic between Africa and South America.
In rheas , very small and very large clutches are more likely to be abandoned during incubation compared to intermediate-sized clutches.
Located within the National Trust's beautiful Morden Hall Park, Dene City Farm has a wide variety of farm animals from the common chickens, pigs, cows to the more exotic, such as ferrets and rheas .
Here's one with the flightless birds over there, the rheas .