A small Australian town is being overrun by emus
(CNN) -- A town in the state of Western Australia has become home to an influx of unusual new residents: emus.
The big, flightless birds have always lived in the bushland that surrounds the town of Nannup, which has a population of around 1,300 people. But the emus began showing up in the town center in the middle of last year, and haven't left since, said Tony Dean, president of the town council.
Standing up to 1.9 meters tall (6.2 feet), the emu is Australia's tallest native bird ...