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Flamingos

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Flamingos are tall, pink birds that often stand on one leg. Ask questions here about their habitat, behavior and conservation.
the pink flamingo represents trashyness and is seen to be tasteless by some who are less informed. This is completely wrong as well, my friend. People need to become more informed as far as Flamingos go. The Flamingo represents grace and poise. Look it up. um, yeah but plastic flamingos are so...
no they live in your bath tub.
No, a flamingo is a type of bird.
i dont know how many grams but I know how many oz it is 602 oz
i think it eats 1,520 grams and 602 oz
In Kenya's lake baringo and lake Nakuru the predators are usually Baboons , Snakes for the little ones and hungry crocodiles
Flamingos lay their eggs at the edge of the pond, lake or marsh that they are living in.They surround the eggs in mud,leaves and twigs.
Flamingoes live in swaps, lagoons and mud areas.
there color is pink because they their favorite food shrimptheir knees turn to grey if they don't it shrimp
They're pink because of the food they eat.
There are flamingos in the Blau Natura Resort located in punta cana
a place where homeless flamingos go for shelter
Another animal that lives in the same habitat as flamingos is: alligators.
Because it's the national bird of the bahamas.
1. I believe its one FOOT2. Why do you care?3. Because of the polarity of magnetic influence of the world pulls them to one side, thus the need not to stand on the other leg.
No, flamingos are birds, therefore, they lay eggs. The only reason humans have belly buttons is because that was where the umbilical cord was attached. Seeing as eggs aren't attached by an umbilical cord, they don't have belly buttons.
  actually flamingos ARE pink its because of how much shrimp they eat
i am not really sure. Try asking one!
No- they are birds. Birds lay eggs.
No, a flamingo is a secondary consumer.
They fly away from potential predators.
The consensus in the scientific community is that flamingos are diurnal birds. However, some studies documented flamingos feeding or flying by night.
  •flamingos have long legs, they can wade into deeper water than other birds. Their webbed feet supports them on soft mud and allows them to swim faster.•There are many possible reason why flamingos stand or rest on one leg. It allows the leg and foot to dry and it also keeps the heat and...
they make kind of a squawking noise
Certainly not - they eat brine shrimp.
Because it symbolized balance and order with values of beauty and relaxation.
not aggressive but scared
Yes, they are birds and birds lay eggs.
whit there beaks
There is not a season flamingos are born in. The female flamingo  can lay eggs to be hatched during any season.
The flamingo use there feet for defence
they eat shrimp(thats how they get their color):)
Flamingos stand while they are both awake and while they are sleeping. Flamingos sleep on one leg with their head tucked under a wing. The leg locks into position.
A flamingo's life span is about 50 years.
Usually in South America or North America.
cause it's pink and has a reaction to lettuce
Flamingos are birds not mammals. Only mammals possess mammary glands. Only mammals produce milk. Flamingos do not produce milk. Edit: This answer is not entirely correct. While flamingos are not mammals and not not produce milk from mammary glands, they do produce a "milk" from the cells lining...
yes according to seaworld they are pink because they eat so much shrimp
they cant jump because of their weight and can only fly little amounts
there are no other things for baby flamingo its just called flamingo
  Wading birds, such as herons, usually have three toes forward and one behind, all long to support them on soft surfaces. Flamingoes, however, have a very small first rear toe, with three toes forward, webbed for swimming, that are not so long as most wading birds.   What we see as the foot...
my flamingo Pinky bit off Tony's ear and made a babbling sound when blood rushed from Tony's ear she said 'i kill you"
The pigment from all the shrimp they eat makes them pink; they are born white.
food chain....... i am not sure but they eat...... Blue, Green, Red Algae Larvae from Incests CrustaceansMollusksSmall Fish Hope that Helps <|:P
it is beacouse a flamingo has many prays and it aso hast to live just like a human. there are most flamingos in dangrered and the ones that are indangerd we haft to protect the flamingo or eles they may come in stinked. plaese help sove a flaming in dangerd.
    There are about 1.5 to 2.5 million flamingos.
They usually live nearby lakes or muddy waters, they eat the shrimp and algae, that is usually makes the feathers pink.
The collective nouns for flamingos are: .a stand of flamingos .a flamboyance of flamingos .a colony of flamingos .a flock of flamingos .a flurry of flamingos
In 1957 a 21-year old sculpture student invented it. His name was Don Featherstone. Hope that Helps <|:P
It doesn't. It stands on two wheels and a leg.Three ground contact points will - is correctly positioned - support most items.
Other than using freshwater inlets for bathing and drinking, the greater flamingo rarely inhabits areas of freshwater
white because where there in there mummy's tummy there can't eat the foods that turn them pink so now u know don't ask me a question again
Different flamingos are different sizes. Yet the largest one can look a 40 year old man right in the eye! Maybe can even tower over him at 6' 3''.
How to eat ,how to sleep on one leg,how to fly
suicidal reasoning .sometimes they are in physical and psychological pain and have tried so many medications and treatments that they need the pain to end no matter what the cost. It is not usually or attention and the person usually has a well thought out plan however they rationalize the...
A flamingo's usual or main color is pink but you may see some yellow ones
My 8 year old son and I were at Arasta Gardens a month ago, and the tallest flamingo in the flock came up and nuzzled against the blond lad while touching his beak to the top of his head. Another bird, or the same one, repeated the procedure two minutes later.ENR
Of course!! they would not exist otherwise. Flamingos are birds, they lay eggs.
distractions............ car insurance companies place them strategically so that you will crash and die.
Humans affect flamingos by destroying their habitat and limiting  their availability of food. This directly affects the amount of  flamingos which can be found in the wild.
they migrate in the month October, November, December and January.
as much time the the flamingos want tostay there>>>>>>>>>>>>>
1. In winter, the northernmost colonies of greater flamingos in Asia will migrate south to the warmer coastal areas of Iran and India. Most other colonies will over winter if the weather stays mild. But these birds will move on if the weather turns bad.
Flamingos don't normally migrate unless there are changes in their habitat conditions, for example, those living near high altitude lakes and in northern climates. Other reasons flamingos to migrate would be a rise in the water of their habitat or a drought. Migrating birds will leave when the water...
Nope. Only a mammiferous is able to produce milk. However, they do produce a milk-like substance from the cells lining their crops which has similar properties to milk. This is used to feed their young until their beaks are fully developed.
a flamingo can live on its own but people can have them as a pet or people can have them at a zoo
matters how fast you're talking about - in century wise they can change their color, beak shape, drastic changes etc.   week by week wise or longer - slight change in diet, fight or flee reaction, or something like a shock collar: punish or reward it when it does something like standing on one...
because they want too>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> and they are mad
There are 6 types of flamingos, here they are:Chilean FlamingoLesser FlamingoJames' FlamingoAndean FlamingoGreater FlamingoCaribbean Flamingo
No no no. Their knees are just backwards.