The ostrich is the largest living bird in the world.  They are flightless and are common throughout Southern Africa. They are found in a wide range of habitats, from the bushveld to arid regions. The male are black, with white trimmings on the wings and the females are grey. Ostrich hunting is primarily for the hide and feathers.  Tanned leather ostrich goods fetch premium prices.  The front part of the male's legs turn red during mating season, and they should then be treated with caution, as they can inflict serious damage with their large talons.

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