Reproduction: Flamingos breed in colonies on remote areas. They may breed
two or three times in a year. The nest is built up by soft mud. The clutch size
varies from one to two large, elongated and pale blue or chalky white eggs. Both
the male and the female incubate the eggs for 27 to 32 days. Both parents partake
in rearing the young. Young forage with in three weeks. They fly at 65 to 70 days.
Behaviour: Flamingos are seen in large flocks. In flight, flamingo's neck stretches out in front and the legs trail behind. Flamingos do well in captivity.
Life span: The life span is recorded more than 20 years.