Native to Africa, this flightless bird tends to be secretive and rarely allows itself to be visible, hence, examining it in it's natural habitat is nearly impossible.Due to their extreme lack of activity within the community, they were considered a rare commodity throughout several African villages.
In data prepared exclusively for Refinery29, compared its survey answers from single women living in metropolitan areas — such as New York City — to those living in suburban settings.Ahead, 12 real women talk about what being single in New York City is Shani Silver Age: 32Occupation: social media and content director at Keep Sexual orientation: straight Originally from: Fort Worth, Texas Moved to NYC: April 2013How do you feel about being single right now? At some point, I came to terms with the fact that if I hated my singleness, I'd hate a huge part of my life, and I didn't want to live that way.”Tell me about the object you brought with you today."[I brought] my i Phone 6, but more important is the Mophie Juice Pack it’s in.My phone lives in this case because when it dies, I can flip a switch and the case will charge my phone...Women in NYC may or may not agree with those assessments.But, SIA also points to something that certainly seems true: Single women — regardless of where they live in the U. — said they enjoy the flexibility and decision-making power that being single gives them.