SUPPORTING EMU

Helping the resilient emu and their habitat

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Emus are the largest flightless bird after the ostrich and are an iconic Australian symbol.

While emus can still be seen running at legendary speeds across the country’s vast centre, many lesser known Australian native mammals that reside in the outback are threatened due to predators and droughts.

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Arid Recovery is reintroducing lost species like bilbies, bandicoots and quills back into the arid zone and developing the science to tackle feral cats.

To find out more about Emus, Australian desert animals and Arid Recovery, or to see how you can also help this organisation, visit their website:

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To help the species that call the Australian outback home, dodoland is donating 10% net sales profit of our Emu EUGY directly sold in New Zealand, Australia, USA and online, to Arid Recovery. 

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