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Blue Flamingo
Blue Flamingo
Scientific classification Red Pencil Icon
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Clade: Aequorlitornithes
(unranked): Mirandornithes
Order: Phoenicopteriformes
Family: Phoenicopteridae
Genus: Phoenicopterus
Species: P. caeruleus
Binomial name
Phoenicopterus caeruleus
Travis, 2314

The Blue Flamingo, Phoenicopterus caeruleus is a member of the Phoenicopteridae family and is exclusively found in Devonshire.

Other names

It is also known as the Sapphire-coloured Flamingo.

Description

The Blue Flamingo has a distinctive light blue plumage. It has black markings on its light blue bill and dark blue legs. Blue Flamingos are commonly found in groups.

Blue Flamingos kept in captivity are known for developing a snowy white plumage rather than its typical colour; thus, suggesting that its natural blue plumage is based off its diet or specific habitual environment.

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Behaviour

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Reproduction

Blue Flamingos generally mate for life.

Distribution/habitat

Blue Flamingos are exclusively found in Devonshire. They are known for being found in marshlands and certain open lakes.

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