Video - Cute flamingo chicks at British wildlife park take their first faltering steps

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Hand-reared Flamingo chicks spread their wings and exercise those incredibly long legs around the Cotswold Wildlife Park in Burford, Oxfordshire.

Mambo and Ringo have now joined the new colony on the Flamingo Lake. The Flamingo eggs were donated to the collection (as part of the European Breeding Programme) and after twenty-six days in incubation, Mambo and Ringo eventually hatched and have been tended to around-the-clock.

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