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Emmanuel the Emu Constantly Disrupts Owners TikToks, Goes Viral

TMZ.com Saturday, 16 July 2022
A rambunctious emu that lives on a farm in Florida won't let his owner film any TikToks -- a hilarious back-and-forth that has taken the internet by storm ... and for good reason. The bird's name is Emmanuel, a resident of Knuckle Bump Farms in…
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