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    Default Chilean Flamingo- Phoenicopterus chilensis

    Here I have a photo of Chilean Flamingos also captured on my day out at Paignton Zoo
    In the window below I will attempt to insert a video of on Flamingo with here chick.
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    And here is a video of a flamingo and here chick


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    Oh they are lovely Chocky, love their knees. We have them at martin mere I'm sure they are the chilean ones, they have two types. Excellent photo, hope you had a good day out..................cause I know you had a long journey home

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    Thanks Babs. I think the chick is so cute.

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    Awww Chocky I hadn't looked at the chick, it's gorgeous I've never see a baby one before

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    Yes it says they are Chilean on the plaque
    The video some times takes a bit longer to load.
    Yes they are cute. It will grow up to look like it's mother and it will grow an upside down beak.

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