• I've never seen a baby flamingo until
now, never even thought of one
Baby flamingo practicing single»leg
standing
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    • Love how it stretches first and then shakes it out. Too cute.
      Aremuri 23 jul
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    • He’s doing his best
      deaDASSBB 24 jul
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    • HOW MANY SHRIMPS DO YOU HAVE TO EAT👏🏼👏🏼BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR SKIN TURN PINK👏🏼👏🏼EAT TOO MUCH AND YOU’LL GET SICK👏🏼👏🏼SHRIMPS ARE PRETTY RICH * aggressive flamingo dance noises *
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    • Fun fact, flamingos are pink because of the food they eat. In the wild, flamingos eat algae, crustaceans, brine shrimp, diatoms, and aquatic plants. This baby is white because it hasn’t ate enough of its preferred food yet. It takes time for their feathers to turn pink.
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    • You mean....adult flamingos don't just appear?
      Got_Ass 29 jul
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    • Why do they stand on one leg anyway ?
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    • Why DID I never think of a baby flamingo though, tf
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    • It’s shrimp that turns their feathers pink
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    • What a stupid idiot
      snoutboi 27 jul
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    • Damn look at those calves tho... or r they just big ass knees?
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    • I never even considered that flamingos had babies either. I thought their feet just fell off and an adult flamingo grew from the foot...
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    • I don't see why this is so cute I do the same thing all the time when my nuts get stuck to my leg
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    • Practicing the ol' razzle dazzle
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    • For those of you who don’t know, they get their pigment because of their shrimp-heavy diets. Naturally, they are white, just as they are as babies.
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    • TravieC 25 jul
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    • I didnt know they reproduced. Kinda just figured full grown flamingos spawned in florida yards
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    • jon_doe 24 jul
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    • I want a time lapse of that fucker growing up so I can watch it's legs go from stubby to freakishly long in an instant
      bigzeke41 26 jul
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    • "Do i half to balance? Why do i have 2 feet" "yes, its tradition" "this is stupid. Fine"
      adammahon 26 jul
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    • Mah heart. Mah soul
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    • But how many shrimps does he have to eat before he makes his skin turn pink?
      ZankiZero 25 jul
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    • His legs are so chonky compared to the adult flamingo
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    • Special pink skin will unlock after obtaining perfected single leg standing achievement.
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    • How many shrimp do you have to eat, before you make your skin turn pink, eat too much and you'll get sick, shrimps are pretty rich.
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      PorkSword 24 jul
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    • did you know that zoololgists don’t actually know why flamingos do that, just that they do
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    • My wife kept telling me to stop acting like a flamingo, so then I had to finally put my foot down.
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    • How many shrimp do you have to eat ?
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    • He’s man-spreading
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    • I thought they just spawned
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    • Water chicken
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    • What gets me is that they fucking sleep like that. Why not just sleep on both legs?
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    • It's so goddamn floofy
      flight180 28 jul
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    • Why did i not think baby flamingos existed
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    • Its feet are the size of its body and it makes me so happy
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    • Ive watched millions of them die because during there annual migration there feet sometimes get caked in mud and solidify basically cement blocks on there feet. And the heard travels to fast. So they stop. Watch there mom and dad keep going. As they are exhausted. And then slowly die.
      SGT_F 26 jul
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    • This is actually the very first time I ever seen a baby flamingo lol
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    • He make an BIG KICKY
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    • There are no words for how precious this is... 😍😍😍😍😍
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    • ... that baby didn’t skip leg day...
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    • Flamingling
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    • I've seen a duck do this in a flamingo enclosure, and is this a learned behavior?? Does this just happen, or is this bird stylish??!
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    • KylioWren 25 jul
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    • Why does the mother flamingo have a home monitor bracelet? What did she do?
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    • But have you seen a baby pigeon because I haven’t
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    • [ everyone liked that ]
      shooklol 25 jul
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    • Baby flamingos don’t exist
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    • Some flamingos stand in water that freezes over night and they have to wait for the thaw the next day to break free
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    • Anyone know why they do that?
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    • Flamingos keep one leg up to help with body heat and their feathers turn pink because of their diet of shrimp and shellfish in general.
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    • When u stretch yo legs in the morning and they start spazzing out, it’s a great fuckin feelin
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    • They get mud stuck to their feet during their trip from their birth place to their first source of drinking water, and their legs are too weak to support themselves and the mud, then some die.
      lnoon 24 jul
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    • Nice caption dipshit
      NazukiUwU 24 jul
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    • kanep0e 24 jul
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    • Fun fact of the day theyre born white, the pigment in their feathers gets its pink color from their diet of almost exclusively shrimp
      Zanbato 24 jul
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    • I realized I was about to start my period because this made me cry
      rainanana 30 jul
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    • Wait why do they even stand on one leg
      MagicTie 29 jul
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    • Seems about right. See all the good stuff on Reddit 2 weeks before iFunny.
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    • Can anyone explain the purpose of one leg standing? Thank you!
      eddyjt 28 jul
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    • They say it’s the shrimp that makes them pink. I call bullshit- lil noon hatched with hot pink legs
      SorrowCat 27 jul
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    • I didn't realize that was something they needed to practice
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    • Watch out for that flamigator, lil guy💗
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    • My last name is Garza which is actually Spanish for flamingo
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    • Baby flamingo got BEEFY legs bro
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    • Me too. I thought flamingo were born adults
      pxgv 26 jul
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    • That’s crazy, literally never even thought of a baby flamingo...
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    • It's so flippin adorable-
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    • Bless you
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    • CUTE
      sammypoe 26 jul
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    • Stanky leg*
      _Hunter_ 25 jul
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    • Oh u mean cotton candy duck?
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    • You know something we never see and no one talks about? Butterflies. How come we never see baby butterflies?
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    • Ok that's cute
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    • Fun fact flamingos get there color from there diet
      hi1234565 25 jul
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    • They're not pink yet because they haven't eaten enough shrimp.
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    • How many shrimps do you have to eat....
      Migraine 25 jul
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    • Thought they just spawned
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    • It’s just hot outside. Little dude is unsticking his balls from his leg
      Fireman 25 jul
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    • I can smell this video
      80HD 25 jul
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    • Its a duckling with long beatiful legs😍
      werehog7 25 jul
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    • they actually get their color frm wat they eat
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    • Baby Flamingos don’t skip leg days neither should you
      Cel7 25 jul
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    • studerish 25 jul
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    • This is a flamingle. He spends his days fluffing his floofle neck and standing on one cute leggo
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    • I don't know why I read that as: BABY FLAMINGO PRACTICES "SINGLE LADIES" DANCE
      F1erce1 25 jul
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    • Why do they do that tho? I cant remember.
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    • To those of you wondering why flamingos stand on one leg, scientists aren’t exactly sure, but they think it could have something to do with energy conservation, since flamingos stand on one leg even while sleeping. Additionally, it provides balance
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    • I never even considered flamingos has babies
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    • Me when sum sticky gets to the bottom of my foot
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    • It’s a cotton ball with legs
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