Flamingos are tall, pink birds that often stand on one leg. Ask questions here about their habitat, behavior and conservation.
It needs to be incubated (or sat on until able to hatch) forapproximately 27 to 30 days.
they need to have water and mud from a lake or lagoons. They feed on seeds and insects.
Birds migrate mainly due to seasonal changes. Ten migratory birdsare the bald eagle, great blue heron, killdeer, marsh wren, osprey,snow bunting, spotted sandpiper, swamp sparrow, and double-crestedcormorant.
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you place them with storks
An average flamingo is 5 feet tall.
A flamingo is a long legged pink feathered wading bird of Africa.It has a large down turned beak for sifting shallow lakes for shellfish etc which maintains the pink plumage. The broad pink wingshave black wing tips. There was also an aircraft of the 1930s called the De Havilland(UK) Flamingo. It...
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Flamingos live on shrimp, algae, and other small life forms found in shallow water.
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Something about the way they digest food, the color comes from proteins found in their diets. Well fed healthy flamingos will be brighter, and the paler ones are malnourished.
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It is because of all of the seafood that they eat. the food may leave an epic stench.but i bet you smell worse.
Kingdom- Animalia Phylum- Chordata Class- Aves Order- Phoenicopteriformes Family- Phoenicopteridae Genus- Phoenicoparrus The exact species depends on what flamingo you are specifically talking about, as there are more than one.
flamingos find shelter in the forest from its preditors
Feathers, beaks, legs, and other various bird parts.
Flamingos turn whatever colour food they eat.
Science has shown that most flamgos last a while after they die, provided that you refrigerate them immediately
Eggs and young have many predators such as crows, ravens, and mushroom mice. Adults are frequently attacked by golden eagles and northern eagle-owls.
An animal that can be pink is a bird called a flamingo! There is also a river (freshwater) dolphin which lives a the mouth of the Amazon River, called a boto, which is pink.
they live in parts of africa
flamingos eat algae, small insects and small crustaceans shrimp.shrimp, that's what gives them their color.
so when the predator goes through the water they know there awake
Flamingoes are warmblooded like most other birds.
if u mean extinct then no
The male flamingo (a bird) has sex with the female, she lays an egg, and a short time later, the baby flamingo hatches from the egg.
They eat shrimp With there moth
Many birds will rest one leg by standing on the other one and tucking that leg up beneath their feathers. This is a common bird posture.
The flamingo's body shows bilateral symmetry.
The flamingo lays only one egg at a time.
so they can fly
Live flamingos are supplied bu International Flamingo Services; have a look at their website link below.
A flamingo's nest is made of mud, stones, straw, feathers and may be as high as 12 inches.
falmingos prefer tropical and wet climates Their habitats include saline lakes, estuarine lagoons, mangrove swamps, and tidal flats
Yes,it does and also other pigments because shrimp is pinkish so it turns flamingos pink they are originally white when they are born.
Flamingos are Hatched
The flamingos are usually found in subtropical areas or tropical areas.
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they eat brine shrimp, blue-green alge. to find that they filter feed
They are very strange animals, but they actually pee on their legs to cool off!
Flamingos eat small life forms that are found in shallow waters
Birds, Big Cats, Land Predators, Scavengers And Man.
The Northern Mockingbird is the Florida state bird.
I'm assuming you mean carnivore. and yes, they eat fish.
with long neck and lungs
Flamingos protect themselves by pecking predators with its beak. Flamingos also stay in large groups to avoid and confuse predators.
A Flamingos naturally white but they eat shellfish and that is what makes them pink
Flamingos walk on long, stilt like legs that are designed for wading in shallow water. They have webbed feet so they won't sink into the mud at the bottom of the water. When they fly, flamingos run a few steps into the wind; the flock will fly in formations that take advantage of the wind currents....
A flamingo is a bird, so it has feathers.
That IS the common name, although it is also known as Noble Lobe-bill. The scientific name is Loboramphus nobilis
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flamingos are indeed carnivores, they eat shrimp and fish. Well, flamingos are not carnivores, yes they do eat shrimp not fish, but yes, shrimp, crab, lobster, anyway they also eat plants, so they are Omnivores. They eat both plants and animals
Baby flamingos start eating the same shrimp as their parents do, and as a result, start to grow pink feathers.
Flamingoes are tall wading birds with long legs, webbed feet, a long neck, a funny-shaped beak and a plumage of pink or scarlet feathers.
The live in the marshes near lakes and rivers.
they like shrimp and fish
Phoenicopterus is another name for the wading bird, called the flamingo.
a flamingo is an aquatic bird the bacteria in the water makes it turn pink
Yes, they have webbed feet and spend a lot of time wading and standing in water.
yes they make good pets.
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A flamingo egg is white with a bit of gray.
shrimp, that's what gives them their color.
Alaska's state bird is the willow ptarmigan. This bird exists throught the tundra in Alaska, Canada, and Europe. Rather than leaving during winter, the willow ptarmigan stays put and replaces its brown feathers of summer with white ones, to camouflage with the snow in winter.
There is no special word for a group of flamingos, they're a flock of flamingos.
Due to the weather, the food is also more plentiful, giving them all the more reason to migrate. secondly,they are now adapted to flying elsewhere for the winter, and it is very hard for them to change their routine now.
its to cold for them
Flamingos are K-strategists
Flamingos have higher internal body temperatures than humans , so we can say that they are warmblooded .
Grown flamingos do not have predators. What does have predators is the flamingos baby eggs. Other birds will try to get at them.
No they are not
Flamingos can be found in the wild along any of the United States' tropical coast, and are concentrated primarily in Florida.
Flamingos are carnivores because their main food source is shrimp and other small creatures that live in shallow water.
Yup, in Longleat they have Flamingo Land. They can also be zoo animals.
Well..... Flamingos like other animals come out as male or female, having different gender of flamingos in necessary for mating and reproduction.
It's possible that lions or tigers eat flamingos.
bird in the back head and lion in front face
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Usually Orange or Brown
they are pink because of the food they eat.
yes, they can have threesomes
Flamingos protect themselves from predtors by either fly away or all male flamingos attack the predtors and kill the predtor ot scare the predtor itself.
A flamingo becomes pink gradually over a period of 1-3 years
Chilean flamingos can fly when they want to.
Phoeniconais ruber ruber is the American flamingo's scientific, or Latin, name.