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Flamingoes are indegenous to four contients. Thereare 4 species to be found in South America, and 2 species to befound in the Old World (Africa, Europe, Asia (including Indi…a)). They inhabit the edges of lakes and swamps where they can eatshrimp, algae, and other small creatures that live in shallowwater.
yes they live with other flamingos which is called a 'couple'.
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They usually live nearby lakes or muddy waters, they eat the shrimp and algae, that is usually makes the feathers pink.
Flamingos are found in Africa, Asia, North America, Central America, South America, and Europe. They live near lakes or muddy water where they can find shrimp and algae to eat…, which is their food source.
Flamingos live in a large flocks a flock may have many hundreds of flamingos. Flamingos can be found in SOUTH AMERICA , AFRICA and EUROPE it can be seen in INDIA in month of N…ovember to March
Flamingos are found in Africa, Asia, North America, Central America, South America, Europe, and Russia. They inhabit the edges of lakes and swamps where they can eat shrim…p, algae, and other small creatures that live in shallow water.
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Why flamingos live in colonies you say? Well flamingos live in colonies because they all might want to protect each other.
flamingos live beside the water or in the sand
Flamingos can be found in tropical and subtropical climates. Their habitats include saline lakes, estuarine lagoons, mangrove swamps, and tidal flats.
Flamingos can be found in Peru, Africa, Asia, North, Central, and South America, Europe, and the Bahamas, and Caribbean Islands.
Because it's the national bird of the bahamas.
flamingos live in south america mainly in the middle of south america
Flamingoes are both old world and new world birds. There are species that live in Africa, southern Europe and parts of Asia, and species that live in South America and the Car…ibbean. These birds developed naturally in response to their enviroments. They have long legs, flexible necks and strainer-like beaks in order to feed on small animals, such as shrimp, that live in shallow lakes and marshes. Because of their special shape and attributes, they can take advantage of food sources that other birds cannot easily access.