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1)

Why does the Torah refer to the ostrich as "Bas ha'Ya'anah"?

1.

Chizkuni: Because the flesh of a full-grown ostrich is hard and inedible.

2)

Why does the Torah say "Bas ha'Ya'anah"?

1.

Chulin 64b: This forbids the eggs of a Tamei bird.

2.

Riva, Moshav Zekenim, citing Ri: An ostrich eats iron; when it is mature, it is hard like iron, and people do not eat it. Its young are proper to eat.

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