As the name suggests, the flightless cormorants, endemic to the Galapagos Island, an archipelago of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean, part of the Repub ...
The Guam rail is a flightless but fast-running bird with a narrow body, native to Guam in the western Pacific Ocean, where it is also known as Ko‚ÄôKo
The Rheas, native to South America, resemble the ostriches of Africa and the emus of Australia.
The Kiwi is the only bird in the world that has nostrils at the end of its unusually long bill, rather than the base.
The Campbell Teal, a small, flightless, nocturnal species of dabbling duck, was once endemic to the Campbell Island group of New Zealand.
Takah? is a big and beautiful flightless bird, endemic to New Zealand, and the largest living member of the rail family. Thought to have become extinct in t ...
The weka, also known as Maori Hen or Woodhen is one of New Zealandís iconic large flightless sturdy brown birds with red eyes, strong legs, and reduced wings.
The Emu, the second tallest bird in the world, followed by the Ostrich, can reach up to 5 feet to 5feet 6 inches in height and is the fourth or fifth.
The Kakapo is a large, flightless, forest-dwelling, nocturnal parrot, with a pale owl-like face, a large grey beak, along with finely blotched yellow-green ...
The stocky, short-legged penguins, the flightless aquatic birds covered with striking black and white coat, live exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Cassowary, the third largest bird in the world, followed by the Ostrich and the Emu, is native to the tropical forests in Australia.
The ostriches are flightless birds, but they are built to run and they can sprint in short bursts up to 43 miles per hour and its height of 9 feet and weig ...