American Flamingo

American Flamingo

The American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) is a high, distinct wading bird found in Central and South The U.S.A. and the Caribbean. The species favors mud flats, superficial salty shallows as well as lakes.

The American Flamingo is a huge, totally pink bird except for the black-tipped addicted expense. It has a very long neck, long pink legs and also webbed pink feet with three toes. The eyes are orange. It has a wingspan of 150 centimeters (59 in).

Grownups could come up to 1.2 m tall (4 feet). Both sexes look alike, although the man is a little larger.

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