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Flamingoes. You can recognize a flamingo in flight by its stretched-out neck and legs trailing behind. When it feeds, the flamingo turns its bill upside down under the water and sieves out plants and water insects through slits on the top part of the bill. Its nest is a pillar of mud 30 inches in diameter at the base and 18 inches high with a saucer-like hollow on top in which the eggs are laid.

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