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Flamingoes or flamingoes[1] are a kind of wader of the Phoenicopteridae order, the only birds of the order Phoenicopteriformes." There are four types of flamingo in America and two in the Old World. and flamingoes. Flamingoes are able pilots, and captive flamingoes often need a flapping of wings to avoid flight.

Flamingo and descendants: Hop up ^ Harper, Douglas. "Flamingo". Hop up ^ Salzman, Eric (December 1993). Accessed November 15, 2009. Highjump ^ Sibley, Charles G.; Corbin, Kendall W.; Haavie, Joan H. (1969). "Flamingo relationships as indicated by protein proteins and hemoglobins" (PDF). Highjump ^ Johnson, Kevin P.; Kennedy, Martyn; McCracken, Kevin G. (2006).

"Re-interpretation of the origin of flamingo lice: hospeciation or hosting? Archives from the orginal (PDF) on 25 March 2009. Accessed October 31, 2009. Highjump ^ Feduccia, Alan (1976). "Osteologic proof of the kinship of flamingos" (PDF). Accessed November 3, 2009. Highjump ^ Kurochkin, E. N.; Dyke, G. J.; Karhu, A. A. (2002).

Novitates American Museum. Leap up ^ Jarvis, E.D.; et al. (2014). Highjump ^ Boyd, John (2007). Accessed December 30, 2015. Highjump ^ Torres, Chris R; Ogawa, Lisa M; Gillingham, Mark AF; Ferrari, Brittney; Van Tuinen, Marcel (2014). "This is a multi-local conclusion from the evolutional diversity of existing flamingoes (Phoenicopteridae)".

High ^ Gill, F and D Donsker (Eds). High jumping ^ Chubb, AL (2004). Highjump ^ Ericson, Per G. P.; Anderson, CL; Britton, T; Elzanowski, A; Johansson, US; Källersjö, M; Ohlson, JI; Parsons, TJ; Zuccon, D (December 2006). Heights up ^ Hackett, Shannon J.; Kimball, Rebecca T.; Reddy, Sushma; Bowie, Rauri C. K.; Braun, Edward L.; Braun, Michael J.; Chojnowski, Jena L.; Cox, W. Andrew; Kin-Lan Han, John (June 27, 2008).

Highjump ^ Mayr, Gerald (2004). "Morphologic proof of the relation between flamingoes (Aves: Phoenicopteridae) and grebe divers (Podicipedidae)" (PDF). 147-169. doi:10.1111/j.1096-3642.2003.00094.x. accessed on November 3, 2009. Skip high to: a to Mayr, Gerald (2006). Accessed August 12, 2009. High Jumping ^ Walker, Matt (August 13, 2009).

"Flamingo' on one leg." Accessed December 9, 2009. Hip up ^ Chang, Young-Hui; Ting, Lena H. (May 24, 2017). "Flamingo' can lean their bodies on one foot with little muscle." Retracted 2017-05-28. Highjump ^ Bildstein, Keith L.; Frederick, Peter C.; Spalding, Marilyn G. (November 1991).

"and aggressive behavior in adolescent and mature American flamingos." The American Ornithological Society. Leap up ^ Grazian, David (2015). The American Zoo: Leap up ^ Hill, G. E.; Montgomerie, R.; Inouye, C. Y.; Dale, J. (June 1994). Highjump ^ "NATURE: Firebird - Flamingo facts". Retracted 2013-03-30. Highjump ^ Pickett, C.; Stevens, E. F. (1994).

"The social environment of flamingos for reproductive success management." Skip high to: a to Ogilvie, Malcolm; Carol Ogilvie (1986). Flamingos. Jumping up: a d Studer-Thiersch, A. (1975). Flamingos. Leap up ^ Studer-Thiersch, A. (2000). "Which says 19 years of observation on trapped large flamingos about adaptations to breeding under irregular conditions.

17 The International Journal of Waterbird Biology 23 (Special Publication I: Conservation Biology of Flamingos): 150-159. Hop up ^ Johnson, Alan; Cézilly, Frank (1975). Big Flamingo. High jumping ^ Bagemihl, Bruce (1999). Highjump ^ Cézilly, F.; Johnson, A.; Tourenq, C. (1994). "in parental care with offspring in the great Flamingo."

Hop up ^ Ehrlich, Paul; Dobkin, David S.; Wheye, Darryl (1988). Highjump ^ Gaillo, A.; Johnson, A. R.; Gallo, A. (1995). "aggressiveness and creching behavior in the large flamingo, Phoenicopterus rouser roseus." Zolli is celebrating 50 years of flamingo farming and flamingo research"[Zolli is celebrating 50 years of flamingo farming and flamingo science].

August 13, 2008. Accessed March 21, 2010. Leap up ^ Fedorovych, Tom (January 31, 2014). "at Adelaide Zoo at the age of 83." Accessed January 31, 2014. Highjumping ^ "Flamingo feeding". Accessed August 16, 2008. Benson, Elizabeth (1972) The Mochica : A Culture of Peru.

Leap up ^ Berrin, Katherine; Larco Museum (1997). High jumping ^ "Flamingos". Retracted 2013-03-30. High jumping ^ Collins, Clayton (November 2, 2006). The disappearance of an US symbol? Accessed February 9, 2010.

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