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Another one of God's awesomely beautiful creations, which showcase the brilliant colours only He could create.

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Baby flamingo - never thought it looks this! THis is adorable. Flamingoes don't get pink until they eat a special berry.

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American Flamingo ~ 48" (1.2 m). W. 4'7" (1.4 m). Unmistakable. A tall, long-legged, long-necked pink bird with a short, down-curved bill. Wings have black tips and trailing edges. Voice: Goose-like honking and cackling notes.