There are five species of flamingo, one of which is further divided into two sub-species. The most brilliantly colored of them is the Caribbean Flamingo. The Greater Flamingo is the only flamingo living naturally in the United States--a few dozen reside in Everglades National Park. The natural range for flamingos includes South America, Africa, Asia, and Northern Europe. All species of flamingo get their stunning pink coloring by eating shrimp, blue-green algae, and/or other sources of beta carotene. Flamingos use their bills upside down to filter out their food from the silt on the bottom of the waters from which they feed. The beautiful pink color of flamingos combined with their graceful long necks and legs make them a stunning addition to any decor--select a flamingo for your home today! Read more about flamingos here.
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