The flamingo is a type of bird known for its distinctive pink coloration, long legs, and curved beak. These birds are commonly found in warm, tropical regions around the world, often in large flocks near bodies of water. Flamingos are known for their elaborate courtship displays, which involve synchronized dancing and group feeding. They are also filter-feeders, using their unique beaks to strain water and mud for tiny organisms like algae and brine shrimp. Unfortunately, many species of flamingo are threatened or endangered due to habitat loss, pollution, and other human activities.