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Just in time for spring break, Sam’s Club released a series of three absolutely enormous pool floats in the shape of a unicorn, a flamingo, and a peacock that can hold up to six adults at a time.
Hialeah opened in 1925 and its heyday was a showplace for celebrities, pink flamingos and many of the sport's greatest horses.
There wasn’t much that bird lovers or scientists could do about it, though, if the flamingos were just visiting from the Bahamas or Mexico.
Historically, flamingos were found in the Florida Keys, Florida Bay and what is now Everglades National Park.
The parents had fled, leaving behind the young flamingo.
And who knew that flamingos could fly, and so gracefully?
Other animals that may be spotted along the attraction include antelopes, crocodiles, elephants, hyenas, lions, warthogs, zebras and flamingos.
For the performance, the singer threw a girls-only beach party with a large pool and pink flamingo onstage, dressed in a swimsuit for the occasion.
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: a large tropical bird that has pink or red wings and a very long neck and legs
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