Phoenicopterus ruber

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Phoenicopterus ruber

flamingo; the long-legged, long-necked wading birds that live in very large colonies on lakes. They have the unusual ability to stand on one leg with the head laid on the back for hours at a stretch.
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The animal lover added that the first baby Caribbean Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) was also born at the zoo just a few weeks ago.
The rare lesser flamingo chick with its surrogate mother, a more common Caribbean flamingo
The Caribbean flamingo is also known as Phoenicopterus ruber.
The test subject of their study was the Caribbean flamingo.
Close to here, the pink Caribbean flamingos were gently walking through a pond, looking like super models on straws.
Individual differences in the preferred neckresting position of Caribbean Flamingos (Phoenicopterns ruber).
Spend an afternoon seeing more than 200 animals including a Malayan tiger, Caribbean flamingos, and an Aldabra giant tortoise.
Some of the nests shown are for hummingbirds, sea turtles, Caribbean flamingos, a harvest mouse, a Baltimore oriole, a three-spined stickleback (fish), a paper wasp and an elf owl.
The only one of its kind this side of the Severn, the National Wetlands Centre, Wales plays host to thousands of spectacular ducks, swans, geese and even Caribbean flamingos across the 550-acre reserve's ponds, lakes and reed beds.
The very rare lesser flamingo chick is being raised by the Caribbean flamingos at the National Wetland Centre Wales, Llanelli.
The only one of its kind this side of the Severn, it's run by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust and plays host to thousands of spectacular ducks, swans, geese and even Caribbean flamingos, across the 550-acre reserve's ponds, lakes and reed beds.
Opened on February 14, 2000 by Lady Scott, Keith Shackleton and David Bellamy, the centre's airy restaurant offers a fabulous view of some Caribbean flamingos.

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