Animal Farming 101: How many hearts does an ostrich have?
By AlufelwiFarm | self meida writer
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The Arabian ostrich, Syrian ostrich, or Middle Eastern ostrich is an extinct subspecies of the ostrich that lived on the Arabian Peninsula and in the Near East until the mid-20th century.
Eight hearts from healthy adult male ostriches (1.5–2-year-old and 122.1 ± 3.9 kg body weight) were obtained from the slaughterhouse immediately after slaughter. Before removing the hearts, their anatomical positions were studied inside the thorax. Ostrich meat doesn't taste like other birds. It's meat is red like venison and the taste is similar to prime beef.
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