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Description Modern and extinct emu. The modern Emu (centre) and King Island Emu (right) with human outline shown approximately to scale. Apart from obvious size differences, there were reports of colour differences between these emu taxa.
Date 2011
Source Heupink TH, Huynen L, Lambert DM (2011) Ancient DNA Suggests Dwarf and ‘Giant’ Emu Are Conspecific. PLoS ONE 6(4): e18728. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018728
Author Tim H. Heupink, Leon Huynen, David M. Lambert
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