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Subject: Ostriches
From: Joshua Bergmark <>
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2011 19:18:17 +1030

Hi everyone, this is just a quick question that I've been wondering about since 
the Ostriches were found - how is it that these birds have been deemed 
"tickable", and not just escapees, which seems like the more likely option? Is 
there proof that they've been sustaining themselves for 10 years?RegardsJoshua 

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