Why ostriches are very happy creatures By Zahir Ebrahim

Ostrich: noun
1.  a large, two-toed, swift-footed flightless bird, Struthio camelus, indigenous to Africa and Arabia, domesticated for its plumage: the largest of living birds.
2.  according to National Geographics: The flightless ostrich is the world's largest bird. They roam African savanna and desert lands and get most of their water from the plants they eat.
Why ostriches are very happy creatures....
3.  a person who attempts to ignore unpleasant facts or situations..
Of Ostriches and Rebels on The Hard Road to World Order
 
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