Can Flamingos Fly?

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Flamingos can indeed fly. For them to fly, they run for a few steps, flap their wings and lift into the air. Flamingos are adapted to high salinity and can hold their breath when feeding under water.
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Yes, the Flamingo can fly. It's about like an airplane taking off. It has to run some to get enough speed up before it can take flight. They fly in tight groups and need to flap their wings constantly.
Yes, flamingos can indeed fly. They do, however, need a little running room to take off, and they will usually take off INTO the wind, rather than with it.
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