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.
- Africa’s most toxic lakes are a paradise for fearless flamingos
- How Planet Earth’s ice-skating flamingos collectively get ‘in the mood’ for sex
- The Deadly Lake Where 75 Percent of the World’s Lesser Flamingos Are Born
- Why Are Flamingos Pink?
- Science Focus: Why are flamingos pink?
- The Science of Why Flamingos are Pink or Orange
- Encyclopedia of Microbiology, Four-Volume Set
- Deadly lake turns animals into statues
- Encyclopedia of Astrobiology
- Introduction to the Cyanobacteria
- Meet the fish that happily live in the lake that turns birds to stone
- Lesser Flamingo, Phoenicopterus minor at Marievale Nature Reserve, Gauteng, South Africa
- Flamingo Egg
- Mass developments of a small sized ecotype of Arthrospira fusiformis in Lake Oloidien, Kenya, a new feeding ground for Lesser Flamingos in East Africa