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How Science Links Climate Change to Irma’s Wallop: QuickTake Q&A Home to the elusive Florida panther, crocodiles, manatees and the state’s iconic pink flamingos, the Everglades make up much of Florida’s southern tip and is a World Heritage Site.
The zoo houses more than 3,000 animals including a flock of pink flamingos who were moved to a concrete bunker ahead of the storm.
But the zoo has relocated smaller, more fragile animals, such as the pink flamingos, to concrete bunkers.
Soon, a reader is transported to the transcendent moment when a 6-year-old Hudson, trailing his older brother on an outing, first glimpses a flamingo.
Zoo Miami While most of the animals survived, a handful of birds including a flamingo and a Great Indian Hornbill didn’t make it.
Officers spoke with several Germantown High School students who confirmed the flamingos had been returned the next night.
The flamingos that once prowled the property were long gone (or hiding in shame) and the monkey cages, while clean, seemed to epitomize the place — an icky vestige of another era.
In one of the more distinctive displays of the show, pink flamingos dominated next.
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