This poultry leg emoji shows a drumstick, or leg muscle, from a large bird like a chicken or turkey. You may want to use this emoji around the time of American Thanksgiving, when you’re expressing gratitude for your large turkey meal.
Keywords: bone, chicken, drumstick, leg, poultry
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
The two-hump camel is similar to the camel emoji, but has—you guessed it—two humps as opposed to one. This desert-dweller takes it pretty easy, especially on Hump Day. Because two humps are better than one.
Chickens are domesticated birds who can be found in farms all over the world. They are raised both for their eggs and for their meat. Female chickens are called hens. The chicken emoji features a popular, flightless bird with white feathers, a yellow beak, black, beady eyes and a red comb atop its head.
The octopus is a slimy sea creature with eight tentacles that’s found in the ocean or on your plate at a sushi restaurant. The octopus is one of most intelligent sea animals. They are also known to be able to contort their bodies and escape out of the tiniest holes.
In North America, turkeys are eaten on Thanksgiving. They similar to chickens but larger. They make a "gobble gobble" sound. People who eat turkey make a "zzzzz" sound because turkey meat contains tryptophan, an amino acid that can make you feel sleepy.
The Koala is known to be Australia's sweet and friendly mascot. It’s associated with cuteness, comfort and smiles. The koala bear is also a very popular option for children’s stuffed animal toys because they are known to be very sweet. Koala bears live in Australia. They hang out in eucalyptus trees and eat the leaves all day.
G’day mate! Kangaroos are known for their big bouncy feet and the pouches on their stomachs where they keep their young. Use this cute Down Under animal when chatting about strong parents in nature. Kangaroos are also excellent boxers. Jab, cross, hop.