Pink Flamingos - Is That The Way mp3 album
By far Waters' best-known movie, it is part of what Waters has labelled the "Trash Trilogy", which also includes Female Trouble (1974) and Desperate Living (1977).
Four flamingo species are distributed throughout the Americas, including the Caribbean, and two species are native to Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Flamingos are pink because of the food they eat. The high concentration of beta-carotene in the shrimp, algae, and larva that flamingos eat imparts a pink dy. But, when it comes to plumage, the difference between flamingoes and the other avian species in similar environments is that as flamingoes grow, their plumage becomes pink while that of other birds tends to become mainly white (although they often keep some gray). So, what is it about baby flamingos that make them grow up to look so eye-catching and distinctive if we compare them with other seabirds? Flamingos Are What They Eat. As I pointed out earlier the reason that flamingos grow to have pink plumage is down to their diet.
Pink flamingos is one of the largest representatives of their kind. The rest of them: Common and Red Flamingo. Andean and Chilean flamingos. Small and flamingos James. The smallest species of Flamingo, is Small. It grows not even a meter tall, and have an adult bird weighs only two kilograms. Pink adult Flamingo weigh four or five pounds. And the growth of flamingos, half meter. In fact, they have the longest neck and legs when compared with families of cranes and aplevich. Well, as always it happens in nature, especially males, of course, larger and more beautiful females. Then I drop down the head and turn it so that the beak is sharp end to the top. And opening it, swallow everything with water. Then closing his beak, and the edge of it, as we already know, jagged.
All types of flamingos have a similar coloration from pale pink to a saturated scarlet color. Flamingos are typical inhabitants of the tropics, but some species can tolerate cold. So, the South American flamingo species inhabit the highlands of the Andes, where frosts are not uncommon. Pink, or ordinary flamingo lives in the subtropical and even in the south of the temperate zone, in the northern part of the range these birds are migratory. There are cases when flamingos accidentally flew even to the territory of Estonia during the flights. The food of flamingos is small crustaceans and microscopic algae, rich in coloring substances – carotenoids. In some African lakes populated by flamingos, the water is so alkaline that it can literally eat up living flesh.
Flamingos can be found in countries of Africa, Asia, North America, Central America, South America and Europe. These birds look particularly attractive with their long necks and legs while catching their prey in flocks and when in flight. To know more interesting and amazing information about the flamingos, read through the following lines. Subphylum: Vertebrata. Infraclass: Neognathae.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polygram Records (NZ) Ltd.
- Recorded By – Polygram Records (NZ) Ltd.
- Producer – Bruce Lynch
- Producer, Vocals, Guitar, Written-By – Dave McArtney
NotesA Side: From the Album "WE NEVER CLOSE"
℗ Copyright 1982 PolyGram Records N.Z. Ltd. Sound recording made by PolyGram Records N.Z. Ltd. - first published 1982 in New Zealand. Made by PolyGram Records Pty. Limited under exclusive licence.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): MX205097
- Matrix / Runout (Label B Side): MX205098
|POLY 119||Dave McArtney & The Flamingos*||Is That The Way (7", Single)||Polydor||POLY 119||New Zealand||1981|