1) The “Somali Ostrich” is primarily located in Somalia and Ethiopia.
2) They are separated environmentally from the typical ostrich.
3) Males are slightly smaller than the females.
4) Usually, they are farmed for eggs, plumes, and meat.
5) In 2014 it was determined as a unique species.
6) They also are named “Blue-Necked Ostrich,” that’s because the skin of their thighs and neck is grey-blue.