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My Spirit Animal Is A Grumpy Flamingo Who Slaps Annoying People Shirt : Flamingo (plural: flamingos or flamingoes) is the common name for any of the large, gregarious, wading birds comprising the family Phoenicopteridae, characterized by long legs with webbed feet, a long, thin, and flexible neck, a short tail, typically pink or reddish plumage, and a unique bill, specialized for filter feeding, that is curved downward at the tip. Flamingos are found in both the Old World and New World.Generally, a single extant genus, Phoenicopterus, with six extant species is recognized, with four of the species native to the Americas and two living in parts of Africa, Europe, and Asia. Some authorities recognize five species (Grzimek et al. 2004; ITIS 1998b) and some recognize a second extant genera in Phoenicopteridae, My Spirit Animal Is A Grumpy Flamingo Who Slaps Annoying People Shirt  with the Andean flamingo and the James\’s flamingo often placed in the genus Phoenicoparrus instead of Phoenicopterus.While ecologically important as part of food chains, for humans flamingos particularly are valued for aesthetic purposes, being popular sights given their colorful appearance, large size, unique behavior (such as standing on one leg), and gregarious nature, sometimes flying or feeding in very large flocks. They are important both in ecotourism and as seen in zoos.Arcuate bill is well adapted to bottom scoopingAll species of flamingos are very long-legged, and long-necked water birds with down-curved bills adapted for filter feeding (Grzimek et al. 2004). They have webbed feet, large wings, and a short tail.Flamingos are slender-bodied and large in size, ranging from 80 to 160 centimeters (31.5 to 63 inches) in height and from 2.5 to 3.5 kilograms (5.5 to 7.7 pounds) in weight (Grzimek et al. 2004).

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