The plural of emu is emus.
The emu is the second-largest living bird by height, native to Australia. It belongs to the ratite family and is known for its large size, long neck, and distinctive beak. Emus are flightless birds with strong legs that allow them to run at high speeds. They have a unique appearance with feathers that are brownish-black and shaggy. Emus are herbivorous and feed on various plant materials. They are a significant part of Australian culture and are often seen as a national symbol. Emus are known for their curious and inquisitive nature.