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    • Links Scientific name Range Diet Physical Description Breeding info Special Behavior or Unique Anatomy Weird info Video Conclusion
    • Scientific Name The flamingos scientific name is Phoeniconais ruber ruber
    • Range They from Columbia, Galapagos Islands, Caribbean, Venezuela
    • Diet Diet in the wild: minute animals and vegetable matter, such as algae and diatoms, or mollusks and shrimp Also they feed there young by putting already chewed food in there mouth.
    • Physical Description Flamingo may be up to 57 inches in length. There weight is around 6 to 8 pounds. But they males are much larger then females. They have really long legs for standing in water
    • Breeding info They start breeding about 6 years old. They can breed at any season that they want. Breeding and nest making may depend on rainfall.
    • Special Behavior or UniqueAnatomy Flamingos usually stand one leg and curl up under there body They have webbed feet to make it easier to stand in mud
    • Weird info Flamingos eat a lot of shrimp that is why they are pink. without the shrimp there feathers would turn white.
    • video flamingo video
    • Conclusion Flamingos are amazing and beautiful animals. They live in the wild and they are not endangered. Flamingos are very unique.