Why do flamingos only live in warm places?
Flamingos can live in a variety of inhabitants. Most live in subtropical areas that are warm, while other can live in high snowy mountains.
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yes they live with other flamingos which is called a 'couple'.
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it totally depends on what you mean by warm but in deserts they are mainly cold blooded reptiles but otherwise there is mammals with no fur on them like the naked mole rat
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Deserts, like the Sahara Desert.
No they live under rocks but I've had one under wood. They'll always have a warm place in MY heart...
Flamingos can be found in Peru, Africa, Asia, North, Central, and South America, Europe, and the Bahamas, and Caribbean Islands.
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This question doesn't have a simple 'yes' or 'no' answer. Some do and some don't. Some foxes live in the desert where it warm most of the time. Some live in places where the s…easons change significantly and so the foxes have adapted to deal with both severe heat and severe cold. Other foxes, such as the arctic fox, live in very cold climates.
Platypuses do live in warm places, but they also live in cold places. Platypuses are found in a variety of temperatures and climates, from the cooler sub-alpine areas in the …south, such as Victoria and the Tasmanian highlands, north through New South Wales to tropical far north Queensland. They can survive extremes of heat that occur in Victorian summers as well as the cold winters. Platypuses live in bushland as well as tropical, sub-tropical and temperate rainforests.
The Lauersdorf penguin
Koalas are found in a range of temperatures. \nThey inhabit southern Victoria, where winter minimum temperatures easily drop to just a couple of degrees Celsius (0 degrees is …freezing point) but summer temperatures exceed 36 degrees Celsius on a regular basis. \nKoalas also live in the north, where temperatures range from 12 degrees Celsius to 35 degrees and sometimes higher.
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The short answer is: near the water! But there are four types (species) of flamingos that live in the Americas, and two types that live in the Old World. See the related Wi…kipedia link listed below for more information:
Yes, they live in temperate tropical waters. They also love to reside in coral reefs, sea grass and mangrove forsts beneath the surface of the ocean. You are welcome!
In the modern age yes, however in the past they also lived in arasthat were cool and had woolly coats to help them keep warm.