An emu at Sydney's Taronga Zoo

Photo: Stephanie Snipes

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Emu
The emu, one of the largest birds in the world, is the national bird of Australia. It even has a place of honor on the Australian Coat of Arms alongside a kangaroo. Both of these animals are symbolic because they can only walk forward—they can't go backward.
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