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Mumbai lake turns pink with flamingos

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Mumbai lake turns pink with flamingos

Mumbai lake turns pink with flamingos

Thousands of pink-plumed flamingos were spotted in a lake in India's western Maharashtra state on Friday.

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Mumbai lake turns pink with flamingos

A sea of these birds has been flocking the lake in Navi Mumbai area for more than a week.

Looking for a peaceful environment, the migratory birds were seen feeding and wading in huddles on the mudflats.

Flamingos are some of the migratory birds that arrive in southern and western India's coastal regions sometime during December after their breeding cycle of mating, making mud nests, laying eggs and its hatching ends in Rann of Kutch in western Gujarat state.




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