A greater flamingo wades into shallow water on its long legs. Holding its head upside-down in the water, the flamingo swings its head side to side. It pumps water through the strainer-like edges of its unique beak to trap microscopic algae and small animals.
Did you Know?
Got Milk? Flamingos feed their chicks a type of milk, called crop milk, that comes from the parent's digestive tract.