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Are you missing an emu? A trucker found it near Prince George, B.C.

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Emu on a forest service road between Prince George, B.C. and Quesnel, B.C. (Photo Credit: Juan Huidoboro)

Somewhere in the backwoods of northern B.C., there is an emu on the loose.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks to the man who saw it.

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Can an escaped emu survive in the woods of northern B.C.?

We also spoke with Dan Minz. He used to operate an emu farm in Hixon. He told us about his hunt for this eum, and what he thinks its chances for survival in the wild are.

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