The Real Life Road Runner Has Been Spotted (Video)
May 02, 2012 12:50
It's not exactly the road runner, but a video of this ostrich has been shot sharing the road with passenger cars in Saudi Arabia. Comic relief perhaps? But either way, it sure as heck is dangerous to have an animal on the road.
The ostrich is a flightless but extremely fast bird that can run at over 70km/h (44mph) for as long as 30 minutes. Check out the video after the break as it attempts to beat rush hour.
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