Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Today’s Photo: The Pink Flamingo
From the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo website:
What’s remarkable about a flamingo? Plenty. These birds are pink, have exceptionally long necks and the longest legs, in proportion to body size, of all birds. The beak is uniquely shaped and adapted for pumping and filtering water while feeding on crustaceans and algae in marshes and lagoons. Both in water and on land, flamingos are able to lock their long legs into position for resting and sleeping on one leg.
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Today’s Quote: Birds sing after a storm; why shouldn’t people feel as free to delight in whatever remains to them? – Rose Kennedy