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Emus are a stately five to six feet (one to two meters) long, and cassowaries and greater rheas aren’t far behind.
Today’s ostriches, rheas, and cassowaries are not substitutes for the terror birds, just as the fact that birds are living dinosaurs provides little solace for those who have the impossible wish of seeing a living Tyrannosaurus or Allosaurus.
But as with some restaurants in Buenos Aires are giving choripán a makeover, like Los Infernales, with chorizo made from the tiny ostrich-ish rhea, and Chori, dedicated to modern takes on the sandwich.
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Origin and Etymology of rhea
First Known Use: 1797See Words from the same year
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