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  • Flamingos
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  • Flamingos are great, pink birds.
  • Flamingos are creatures that inhabit the Pride Lands.
  • The Flamingos are birds who appeared in the 1951 Disney animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland. They have been used as croquet mallets by The Queen of Hearts.
  • Flamingos are uniquely designed birds. Their lengthy legs allow them to easily wade in muddy or sandy lakes and lagoons. The bend in the middle of the leg, which most would assume is the knee, is actually the ankle. Knees are much closer to the body. Flamingos frequently stand on one leg to keep the tucked foot warm and conserve body heat.
  • On a 1976 episode of Sesame Street, a Muppet flamingo decides to fly north to visit Sesame Street for his vacation. He realizes that his vacation in the city isn't going to be fun when he asks Big Bird for a fruit tree and a drink of water. The water is frozen, and the trees are bare. Gonzo asks Arlo Guthrie to tune his flamingo guitar in The Muppet Show episode 408. He had it shipped in from Miami. Backstage on The Muppet Show episode 424, the animals complain about the poor response to "I Go to Rio". One of the penguins even rented a tuxedo for the occasion (he's really a flamingo).
Alignment
  • Good, sometimes bad
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Dislikes
  • Being strangled by Alice, being distracted by the Cheshire Cat, Alice causing trouble, allowing the Queen of Hearts to lose her temper
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Voice
Games
  • Kinect Disneyland Adventures
  • Disney INFINITY series
Likes
  • Working with the Queen of Hearts, harassing Alice, playing croquet
Appearance
  • Slender green, blue, pink and orange feathers, green, blue, purple and orange legs and feet, and gold, purple, red and dark orange beaks
Habitat
  • Lakes
  • Swamplands
Name
  • Flamingos
Personality
  • Snooty, orderly, cranky, rude, wacky, fun, free-spirited, tricksters
Shows
  • House of Mouse
Fate
  • Green flamingo, while used by the Queen of Hearts, is used by the Cheshire Cat to pull her skirt over to show her heart-shaped bloomers
rides
  • Alice in Wonderland
Enemies
TAB
  • Gallery
  • Flamingos
Films
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
Friends
Diet
  • Blue-green algae
  • Brine shrimp
Quote
  • "Uh-huh."
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  • Flamingos are great, pink birds.
  • Flamingos are creatures that inhabit the Pride Lands.
  • The Flamingos are birds who appeared in the 1951 Disney animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland. They have been used as croquet mallets by The Queen of Hearts.
  • On a 1976 episode of Sesame Street, a Muppet flamingo decides to fly north to visit Sesame Street for his vacation. He realizes that his vacation in the city isn't going to be fun when he asks Big Bird for a fruit tree and a drink of water. The water is frozen, and the trees are bare. Gonzo asks Arlo Guthrie to tune his flamingo guitar in The Muppet Show episode 408. He had it shipped in from Miami. Backstage on The Muppet Show episode 424, the animals complain about the poor response to "I Go to Rio". One of the penguins even rented a tuxedo for the occasion (he's really a flamingo). In episode 506 of The Muppet Show, a flamingo (played by Louise Gold) appeared during the falling sequence. From seasons 17 to 22, another flamingo named Placido Flamingo, an opera singer, appeared as a recurring character. The 1999 TV movie Alice in Wonderland featured flamingos built by Jim Henson's Creature Shop. A 2002 episode of Sesame Street features Elmo dancing the Flamenco with a flamingo. Dorothy imagines Elmo as a flamingo in Elmo's World: Sleep. In the Animal Show episode "Pelican & Flamingo", a flamingo named Julie told Jake and Stinky how flamingos eat the proper way. Manolo and Carlo Flamingo appear in Muppets Most Wanted.
  • Flamingos are uniquely designed birds. Their lengthy legs allow them to easily wade in muddy or sandy lakes and lagoons. The bend in the middle of the leg, which most would assume is the knee, is actually the ankle. Knees are much closer to the body. Flamingos frequently stand on one leg to keep the tucked foot warm and conserve body heat.