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Endangered Native Species of Patagonia: the Lesser Rhea

An ostrich-like bird, the Darwin’s or Lesser Rhea (Rhea pennata pennata) is one of the most distinctive, fabled and endangered residents of Patagonian steppe grasslands. Two species of rhea, the Greater and Lesser, occupy overlapping ranges in Patagonia. Lesser rheas typically weigh 35-55 lbs and have spotted dun, brown, grey and white feathers. Rheas are […]