The smallest flamingo in the world, with a dark bill and red legs. Note glowing red eyes in adults. Juveniles are gray-brown and darker than young Greater Flamingos. Found in alkaline lakes and coastal lagoons, where gathers in huge flocks to eat microscopic blue-green algae. Breeds on remote flats sheltered from predators. Migrates and breeds in response to changing environmental conditions.
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