The 12V electric ride-on motorcycle with hyper-realistic and nice-looking appearance is suitable for kids from 37 to 95 months. With a push-start button, high and low speed options, the toy motorcycle can be easily driven forward or reverse by your little adventurer, providing the best driving experience to your kid.


The 3-wheel design of this ride-on motorcycle toy makes it easy for your child to keep balance. Soft-starting technology ensures the toy car launches and barks slowly so as not to scare your kid from abrupt operation.


Our ride on motorcycle for kids is great power due to 12V motors. The ride-on toy can conquer any terrain like grass, dirt, driveways, sidewalks, sand, etc. Long battery makes sure you child can enjoy 50-60 minutes per charge!


This ride on motorcycle are equipped with 4 horn buttons on the integrated control system, providing your little one more pleasures during the driving journey. Bright Led headlight makes your kid become the center of attention.


Darwin’s Rhea, also known as the Lesser Rhea, is a large flightless bird. It measures 35-39 inches tall. The length is 36-39 in and weight is 33-63 lbs. It has a small head and a small bill, the latter measuring 2.4 to 3.6 in, but has long legs and a long neck. It has large wings, which enable it to run particularly well. It can reach speeds of 37 mph. The sharp claws on the toes are effective weapons. Their plumage is spotted brown and white, and the upper part of their tarsus is feathered.


Darwin’s Rhea lives in areas of open scrub in the grasslands of Patagonia and on the Andean plateau, through the countries of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. It prefers grasslands, brushlands, and marshlands at elevations less than 4,900 ft.


Darwin’s Rhea is mainly a herbivore, with odd small animals like lizards, beetles, and grasshoppers eaten on occasion. It predominately eats saltbush and fruits from cacti, as well as grasses.


Habits and Lifestyle

Outside of the breeding season, the Darwin’s Rhea is quite social: it lives in groups of 5 to 30 birds of both sexes and a variety of ages. They tend to be quiet birds, except as chicks when they whistle mournfully, and as males looking for a female when they emit a booming call.

Mating Habits

The males become aggressive once they are incubating eggs, even toward females. The females thus lay the later eggs near the nest rather than in it. Most of the eggs are moved into the nest by the male, but some remain outside, where they rot and attract flies. The males, and later the chicks, eat these flies. The incubation period is 30-44 days, and the clutch size is 5–55 eggs. The eggs are 3.4-5.0 in and are greenish yellow. Chicks mature by three years of age.

Welsh Mountain Zoo Welcomes Its First Ever Darwin Rhea Chick

The Welsh Mountain Zoo has welcomed its first ever Darwin Rhea chick. The species, which is threatened with loss, hunting and egg collection in the wild, is known to be particularly challenging to breed in captivity. The Darwin Rhea is part of a group of flightless birds known as ‘Ratites’, which also includes the Emu and Ostrich. The species is known to be a particularly challenging to breed in captivity, marking a double celebration for the Zoo. The chick, which has been named Suri, the name given to these birds in their native habitat of South America, hatched during lockdown and can be seen by visitors exploring its enclosure always under the watching gaze of mum and dad. Kim Wood, Director of Living Collections of the Welsh Mountain Zoo commented: “This is fantastic news for the Zoo! “The Darwin Rhea is threatened with loss and fragmentation of habitat, hunting and egg collecting and so breeding in captivity is incredibly important, ensuring we can help conserve the species, by boosting captive populations. “Mum, dad and baby are all doing well and we are monitoring them closely as the chick continues to grow”, Kim added.
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