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Original price $3.99USD
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SKU 239929

Native to freshwater lagoons and lakes in South America, Africa, Mexico, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, flamingos are a wading bird famous for their long legs and vibrant plumage. Known to be very social, flamingos sometimes live in colonies of other a thousand individuals!

  • Scientific Name: Family Phoenicopteridae
  • Characteristics: Painted by hand and crafted by experts, Safari figurines will sweep you away to a world of amazing creatures and beautiful habitats! Join up with this flamingo and its flock, and spend your days wading through the water under the warm sun.
  • Size and Color: Did you know that the reason flamingos are light pink is due to the bacteria found in the algae they eat as their main food source? Standing 3.25 inches tall, this figurine is a bit taller than a deck of cards stood upright.
  • The Flamingo is part of the Wings of the World Birds collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • *Please note, this item is a Hot Deal. It cannot be returned or exchanged. The discount you see cannot be combined with any promo code or other offers.


Portrayals of flamingos can be found in many different cultures. For example, Ancient Egyptians believed flamingos were a representation of the sun god Ra, and would often include images of them in their art. Similarly, flamingos are a central figure in the culture of Peru. Thankfully, we don’t have to rely on art to preserve the legacy of the flamingo, as they are classified as a species of least concern by the IUCN!

  • Recommended Age: 3
  • Size in cm: 4.5 L x 3 W x 9 H
  • Size in inches: 1.77 L x 1.18 W x 3.54 H
  • UPC: 095866239923
History The American and greater flamingo species are listed as “least concern,” while the Chilean, lesser and puna flamingo species are listed as “near threatened.” The Andean flamingo species is listed as vulnerable. Flamingos mainly face threats from habitat loss, egg collecting and hunting. They are protected from illegal wildlife trade under international regulations.