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The native companions were dancing
'The native companions were dancing', 1923. Why the emu has short wings and the native companion a harsh voice. The emu sees many birds dancing and flies down to join them; the birds trick her into clipping her wings so that she can never fly again, so she makes her home on land and not in the sky. From Some Myths and Legends of the Australian Aborigines by WJ Thomas, 1923.
- Image ref: 2378402
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images