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The flamingo is the elegant bird with its unusual pink color and long, thin legs. Now you can see the in the coloring pictures below. Get these images by browse this page. We sure this makes you happy.

These birds, belonging to the Neognathae order, are giant beings. They can measure from 80 to 140 centimeters in length and are characterized by long necks and legs. The feet have four toes, three front and one back, joined by a membrane.

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Furthermore, the beak is known for its “hook” shape, which allows them to dig in the mud in search of food. Also, it has specialized gills for filtering the silt from the rivers. It moves only the upper jaw, which is smaller than the lower one.

All subspecies of flamingos are pink, with a lighter tone (the European one) that varies up to a darker, almost redone (the variety that lives in the Caribbean).

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When the chicks break the egg, they have an utterly light plumage, which will change during weaning. The pink color comes from the carotenoids that each specimen assimilates through food.

The diet of this bird is composed of algae, shrimps, crustaceans, and plankton. To feed itself, the flamingo needs to live in large areas of salty or alkaline water, at shallow depths, and sea level (maximum up to 5,000 meters high).

Flamingos live on all continents except Oceania and Antarctica. The three current subspecies are:

Chilean flamingo, which lives in South American countries; the pink flamingo or greater, present in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Red flamingo, in the Caribbean and Central America, which is the most famous, due to the red of its feathers.

Once he reaches the age of six, the flamingo is ready to mate. To do so, it must wait until the mating season, which coincides with the rainy season.

He will have to find a partner through a courtship ritual or “dance”. The males clean their plumage and turn their heads to impress the female with whom they wish to reproduce.

Once the pair has been created, and copulation has taken place, the female lays a single white egg and deposits it in a perfect cone-shaped nest, built using branches, stones, and mud. The mother broods for six weeks and alternates with the father during this activity.

Flamingos are also known for their beautiful and fast flight. Their speed can can reach 60 km/h. But also for their long migratory movements. Just think that, in a single day, they can travel hundreds of kilometers in search of food, to feed themselves and the other members of the colony.