Where does a flamingo lives?
flamingos live beside the water or in the sand
they livie in the pacific ocean
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 Caribbean. 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… Read More
NO. they live in your mom's basement. :D :D :D
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 shrimp, algae, and other small creatures that live in shallow water.Flamingoes are indegenous to four contients. There are 4 species to be found in South America, and 2 species to be found in the Old World (Africa, Europe, Asia (including India)). They inhabit the edges of lakes and… Read More
Flamingoes live in lakes swamps and seas. Some of the countries they live in are tropical and subtropical parts of South America, especially Chile, Peru, Argentina, and southern Brazil.
40 years of life
They live in Dreamland Aqua Park
a flamingo can live on its own but people can have them as a pet or people can have them at a zoo
Flamingos can be found in Peru, Africa, Asia, North, Central, and South America, Europe, and the Bahamas, and Caribbean Islands.
they live in a lakes or ponds
In captivity it is, according to Zoo Basel, over 60 years.
There are six different species of flamingos. Where they live depends on their species: Greater Flamingo: Parts of Africa, southern Europe and south-west AsiaLesser Flamingo: Great Rift Valley areas of Africa and north-west IndiaChilean Flamingo: Chile, Argentina and temperate areas of South AmericaJames's Flamingo: In the Andes (which is between Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina)Andean Flamingo: In the Andes (which is between Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina)American Flamingo: Caribbean and Galapagos islands.
20-30 years but once 33 years and that was the greater flamingo
The biggest threat to a flamingo's life is being killed, stuffed, and put in a front yard to celebrate Unlce Al's birthday
exactly what is says in the name, in the Caribbean
Live flamingos are supplied bu International Flamingo Services; have a look at their website link below.
flamingoes are found in Kenya,East Africa. The only place in the world where flamingoes originated from,and the only place in the world with flamingoes,since they are going to be extinct.
yes flamingos live in parts of africa
yes they live with other flamingos which is called a 'couple'.
Flamingos live in groups to about 1,000 or 10,000 depending on the area they need to stay in.
Other than using freshwater inlets for bathing and drinking, the greater flamingo rarely inhabits areas of freshwater
Flamingos can be found in North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Central America, and Yugoslavia.
they live in a desert
they like it
Flamingos live in tropical and subtropical areas of South America. They can also be found in certain parts of Africa, the Caribbean, India, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean.
They prefer alkaline (the oppsite of acid) waters
Other then in zoos, you would need the to go to the Keys during a specific time of year to see the wild flamingos. Due to Human encroachment and over population most wild flamingos are no longer in Florida like they once were.
Flamingos can be found in tropical and subtropical climates. Their habitats include saline lakes, estuarine lagoons, mangrove swamps, and tidal flats.
well they live in every where and they live in nests and there very rare if you see them around
Yes, the Greater Flamingo is found in Greece, sometimes in large numbers.
A few weeks
Flamingos live in large flocks for protection from predators; large groups make it difficult for predators to pick out one individual and the movement of many birds together can be confusing.
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 Wikipedia link listed below for more information:
Yes, flamingos live in large flocks for protection from predators; large groups make it difficult for predators to pick out one individual and the movement of many birds together can be confusing.
No it would not be able to survive there. It needs to feed on shrimp.
The food of flamingoes consists mainly of small water-living animals, as for instance shrimps. That is why the live on the beaches of lakes or sea bays.
High and very high altitude, alkaline salt-lakes.
All flamingos are found in tropical and subtropical areas. The flamingo's most characteristic habitats are large alkaline or saline lakes or estuarine lagoons that usually lack vegetation. Lakes may be far inland or near the sea.A variety of habitats are used by flamingos: mangrove swamps, tidal flats, and sandy islands in the intertidal zone.
Well, not exactly. Flamingos live in large groups called colonies. Tens of thousands of flamingos can live in one colony. Sometimes flocks of different kinds of flamingos live in the same colony.
Flamingos can live for up to 50 years.
flamingos live with and are practically related to hippos...
no i dont think so......... They mostly live in Africa, southern Asia, South America If you want to see them in the wild............ Hope that helps <|:P
A flock of flamingos reside in their own pond at the San Diego Zoo.
Yes but only were the watering hole or shade