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Flamingos are incredibly social birds, living in colonies consisting of thousands. Although they flock together in colonies, a flamingo's most stable social organization is the pair bond, consisting of one male and one female. Pair bond tends to be quite strong, as they are often seen together throughout a given day, even outside of the breeding season.The mates seem to be closer to each other than any other bird, seen sleeping and feeding side by side. As the flamingo's most stable social organization is the pair bond, it should be no surprise that the bird's mating system is monogamy. Even though the term of a pair bond varies considerably, in all instances, flamingos have been found to be purely monogamous. ----------------------------------- I think anyone wants to be monogamous.... so am I. But there are many reasons which effect to couple life.... we cant maintain as intention. Anyone wants to share ideas??? please.....
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