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    Pink flamingoes of Camargue

    Flamingoes in Camargue park - France

    Camargue is one of the rare if not the only place in France and in Mediterranean area where you can admire pink flamingos. They nest in this area. They are grouped into flocks and can reach more then 20.000 birds in the flock. Pink flamingos eat mostly plankton, plankton is strained in their mouth. Plankton is responsible for their typical pink color of the feathers.

    They are completely adopted to the ecosystem of Camargue natural park. Flamingos became typical animal or an emblem of Camargue natural parks that attracts tourists. There are other animals in Camargue natural park such as beavers, sheeps, badgers, water snakes, pond turtles and many varieties of birds.