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Tanzania, Ngorongoro Crater, pink flamingoes at watering hole : Stock Photo
Flamingoes are members of the family Phoenicopteridae. They are large wading birds, which vary in clour from bright pink to almost white. They are identifiable by their unique curved, stout bill.

Tanzania, Ngorongoro Crater, pink flamingoes at watering hole

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Bernard Grilly
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Flamingoes are members of the family Phoenicopteridae. They are large wading birds, which vary in clour from bright pink to almost white. They are identifiable by their unique curved, stout bill.
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