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Complications of neuromuscular - skeletal
When buying birds (particularly productive) Note First, The isolated bird is should not be considered. In fact,the bird should be with the
Population. the single bird could be filled with problems.
The second study from the perspective of controversy and fighting birds in the flock itself a sign of
Third, vitality and mobility as one of the characteristics of healthy birds
And his lack of mobility and vitality signs of disease and the difficulty of ostrich
Fourth, overeating and lack of adjectives about themselves or other birds
Five: Having sex drive and secondary sexual characteristics, for example, The mating dance, BOM, the flapping of chickens and even a
Curiosity and peck.
However, in view of the apparent healthy bird should be of such characteristics.
For this purpose, all parts of the bird by the purchaser must be considered.
۱٫ Legs: A healthy birds should be symmetrical and tight walk
And any deviation should be seen in the legs and feet, even fingers.
۲٫ an ostrich: it must be perfectly symmetrical so that when
Close the top of both the top entirely on the ride, and none of
Nvkha should be shorter than the other.
۳ wings: Note that not drooping wings and conditions
۴٫ The vision must be clear, be clear, be wrinkle-free. Attention
Note that one of the most common eye disorders statistically drooping ostrich
Ostriches have three stomachs.
Unlike all other living birds, the ostrich secretes urine separately from faeces.
Ostriches are the fast runners of any birds or other two-legged animal and can sprint at over 70 km/hr, covering up to 5m in a single stride.
Ostriches’ running is aided by having just two toes on each foot (most birds have four), with the large nail on the larger, inner toe resembling a hoof.
Ostriches’ wings reach a span of about 2 metres and are used in mating displays, to shade chicks, to cover the naked skin of the upper legs and flanks to conserve heat, and as "rudders" to help them change direction while running