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  • Although their large wings are useless for flight, they are used for balance and for changing direction as the bird runs.
  • Females lay their eggs—one every other day for a week or ten days—in a ground nest of the male’s design. Several females deposit their eggs in the same nest, which may hold 50 eggs or more.

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