Do pink flamingo's fly?
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Flamingos live in warm climates and inhabit the edges of lakes and swamps where they can eat shrimp, algae, and other small creatures that live in shallow water.
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Flamingo's sleep standing up. I witnessed it at a zoo:)
Flamingos eat shrimp, algae, and other small creatures that live in shallow water.
nope. only purple
Accord to the San Diego Zoo they DO FLY ! -- "In order to fly, flamingos need to run a few paces to gather speed. This speed is not related to the ground but rather to the a…ir, so they usually take off facing into the wind. In flight, flamingos are quite distinctive, with their long necks stretched out in front and the equally long legs trailing behind. Their outstretched wings showcase the pretty black and red (or pink) coloration that, with slight variations, is shared by all flamingo species. When flying, flamingos flap their wings fairly rapidly and almost continuously. And, as with most other flamingo activities, they usually fly together in large flocks. The flamingos follow each other closely, using a variety of formations that help them take advantage of the wind patterns. "
Flamingos eat blue-green algae, brine shrimp and small crustaceans that contain pigments called carotenoids, the latter of which makes them a pink color. They are what they ea…t. .
Usually Orange or Brown
No, Flamingos are birds. Not Reptiles
A "pink elephant" is a delusion, a non-existent apparition. Being imaginary, they could do pretty much as they please.
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First define the pink thing. because that just kibry or something else. secondly if you can define what game of Kirby and where or you can just show a picture of it. thirdly, …i will tell you about it if you can provide these thing for me. other wise this. KIRBY- a creature that hold within himself a endless world of space similar the the world. Swallowing everything using the space within him and molecular atom to absorb and obtain power.
how a black hole eats a star
A Fly in the Pink was created on 1971-06-23.
The Pink Tail Fly was created on 1965-08-25.
The pink plumage comes from eating blue-green algae and not from eating pink shrimps. The algae is rich in carotenoid pigments similar to those found in carrots