A Darwin's Rhea is a type of rhea, a large flightless bird that is native to South America.
Darwin's Rheas are known for their impressively long necks and legs, as well as their black and white plumage.
They can be found in a variety of habitats, including grasslands, shrublands, and forests.
Darwin's Rheas are omnivorous and eat a variety of things, including insects, fruits, seeds, and greens. They are also known to scavenge for food.
Darwin's Rhea chicks are precocial, which means they are able to walk and feed themselves shortly after hatching.