A Flamingos diet consists of shrimp and algae, in zoo habitats if Flamingos do not have shrimp they will lose their pink color.
at the zoo.
No, only in a zoo.
A flock of flamingos reside in their own pond at the San Diego Zoo.
so people can see them because they are not native to Piladelpia
There are a variety of zoo animals with two legs. These include flamingos, ostriches, penguins, emus, as well as kangaroos.
brown black at the zoo they are white
Yup, in Longleat they have Flamingo Land. They can also be zoo animals.
Animals typically seen in a Western Zoo include exotic creatures, including gorillas, lions, hippos, flamingos, chimpanzees, tortoises, alligators, snakes, bears, and many more.
Most zoos have fox and fish. Flamingos are an exhibit at many zoos.
florida, or any place that is sunny or has a zoo. Flamingos live in parts of Africa, Europe and Asia, South America (Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina), the Caribbean and Galapagos Islands.
Some of the exhibits at Bristol Zoo in the UK include flamingos, fruit Bats, meerkats, pygmy hippos, red pandas, a reptile house, okapi, pudu, and a butterfly forest along with many others.
It has penguins,polar bears,monkeys,butterflies,giraffes,ostriches,flamingos and much more!
There is a zoo in New York that features and duck and turtle pond with many varieties of each. So, yes is the answer.
Dolphin, Deer, Donkey, Ducks.
I dont think so ask at a zoo perhaps
well you wouldn't want to go near a mother only in zoo because they are tamed even if mother isn't with children it will still attack because flamingos are very dumb. even when their kids die, they think they're still in their pouch. Yes, flamingos are part marsupial.
Giraffes...zebras...monkeys...hippos...tigers...bears...flamingos...anteaters...gorillas...kangeroos...lions...birds...snakes...dingos...zoos have Many different animals
Only in Zoos. Flamingos are a tropical species , and the main staple of their diet is shrimp, which also gives them their color. Outside of a temperature-controlled habitat in a Zoo, a Flamingo would not survive one winter in Canada.
lions, tigers, girrafes, monkeys, elephants, polar bears, zebras, hippos, rhinos, gazelles, cheetahs, leapards, hyenas,flamingos,kangoroos,horses, bison, wolves, penguins, and many, many, many, more!
yes, flamingos do build nests. If you go to a nearby zoo you'll see a LOT of flamingo nests.