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Essential for feeding and grooming
The greater flamingo (Phœnicopterus roseus) has a very flexible and supple neck essential for feeding and grooming. Made up of nineteen cervical vertebrae, it can reach 2.9 ft (90 cm) long in some males and allows the most astonishing contortions. The flamingo also has a specific beak equipped with a comb system with teeth allowing it to filter the mud to retain its nutrients.
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