Rheas seen in the Netherlands


This is a video from South America about a rhea with chicks.

Yesterday and today, two rheas were seen near Paesens village, Friesland province, in the Netherlands.

These are originally South American birds.

There is a feral rhea population in Germany. Did these two walk from there to the Netherlands?

Or did they escape from somewhere?

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