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| rowspan=7 | Emuarius is an extinct genus of ratite (large flightless birds), closely related to modern emus and cassowaries. Fossils are known from the Miocene and Oligocene of Australia.
 
| rowspan=7 | Emuarius is an extinct genus of ratite (large flightless birds), closely related to modern emus and cassowaries. Fossils are known from the Miocene and Oligocene of Australia.
For more information, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emu Wikipedia entry].
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For more information, visit the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emuarius Wikipedia entry].
  
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Latest revision as of 09:19, 11 November 2020

phylum Chordata Emuarius is an extinct genus of ratite (large flightless birds), closely related to modern emus and cassowaries. Fossils are known from the Miocene and Oligocene of Australia.

For more information, visit the Wikipedia entry.

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clade Diapsida
Class Aves
order Struthioniformes (Casuariiformes)
family Casuariidae
genus †Emuarius
species †E. guljaruba †E. gidju