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Flamingos may be synonymous with tacky lawn ornaments, but we’re here to tell you they’re one of the most hardcore animals on the planet. They survive where almost nothing else can. And they’re pink too.

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Credits:
Producer: Elaine Seward
Writer: Alexa Billows
Scientific Experts: Daniel M. Deocampo, PhD, Paul Rose, PhD
Scientific Consultants: Michelle Boucher, PhD Brianne Raccor, PhD
Executive Producer: Hilary Hudson

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Mako Yama - At Starry Night

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