They're on the coat of arms but extinct in Tasmania: Rewilding with emus could be good for the island state's ecosystems

The emu is iconically Australian, appearing on cans, coins, cricket bats and our national coat of arms, as well as that of the Tasmanian capital, Hobart. However, most people don’t realize emus once also roamed Tasmania but are now extinct there.

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