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Due to the overwhelming popularity of the pineapples, soon there were copper cups in the form of flamingos, owls and gnomes popping up in chic watering holes and at to-die-for parties from coast to coast.
Photo by Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan, 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Second place: An adult Caribbean pink flamingo feeds a chick in Yucatán, Mexico.
In family photos displayed at her funeral last week, she was shown laughing near a shoreline as flamingos tiptoed behind her.
But flamingos on the Cuban island of Cayo Coco died in the thousands.
Hiding in plain sight is a world of genteel row houses giving way to working-class food markets, of enclaves of Greek Revival magnificence abutting scrappy quarters where plastic flamingos graze on lawns the size of beach towels.
Kendall Jenner really outdid herself this year, matching her pink flamingo to a retro, pink Lisa Marie Fernandez bathing suit while on vacation in Cannes, France.
Even less predictable: a flamingo that milled about in a Santa hat.
The flamingoes that couldn’t leave Inagua survived thanks to nearby mangroves.
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