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  • Flamingo Facts Flamingo Facts and Information. Feeding, habitat, distribution, reproduction, anatomy and more. Facts about Species like the Greater Flamingo, Lesser Flamingo, American Flamingo and others.
  • Facts about Flamingos Flamingos are large birds known for their characteristic pink color
  • Types of Flamingos Types of Flamingos Index. Flamingo Species, American Flamingo, Greater Flamingo, Lesser Flamingo
  • Flamingo Species There are six known species of Flamingos in the world. They are distinctive in their characteristics to not be categorized with other types of birds.
  • American Flamingo The American Flamingo is found in the West Indies, Yucatan, and along the Galapagos Islands.
  • Greater Flamingo The Greater Flamingo is the largest of all species. There are two known subspecies identified within it.
  • Lesser Flamingo The smallest of all Flamingos is the Lesser, and it is also the one that there is the most of.
  • Flamingo Information Flamingo Information Index. Flamingo habitat, Flamingo feeding, Flamingo reproduction, Flamingo anatomy, Flamingo evolution, Flamingo predators, Flamingo social structure
  • Flamingo Habitat The habitat for Flamingos is very diverse and they live in more places than many people realize.
  • Flamingo Feeding Flamingos are filter feeders which means they take in water and food, and then the water is expelled from the body.
  • Flamingo Reproduction When Flamingos are about 6 years of age they are ready to start mating. This will take place within their own colony.
  • Flamingo Anatomy The Flamingo is the tallest of all birds, with some of them being up to 5 feet tall.
  • Flamingo Evolution There is evidence to indicate the Flamingo evolved at least 30 million years ago, perhaps longer.
  • Flamingo Predators Flamingos tend to live in regions that have very little food to offer other animals. As a result they benefit from not having many natural predators.
  • Flamingo Social Structure Flamingos are very social animals which is why you will find them living in large groups.
  • Humans and Flamingos Humans and Flamingos Index. Flamingo research, Flamingos and humans, Flamingos in captivity, Flamingos in culture.
  • Flamingo Research The Flamingo is a very interesting animal, and one that there has been a great deal of research about.
  • Flamingos and Humans Humans don’t seem to have a problem with Flamingos, but they also don’t tend to think twice before destroying the natural habitat of these animals.
  • Flamingos in Captivity Flamingos are a type of bird you often see in captivity, especially at zoos.
  • Flamingos in Culture The word Flamingo means flame, and so these creatures were named by the Egyptians for their fire red coloring.
  • Flamingos and Global Warming Global warming is an issue that has been harming our environment for a very long time.