Flamingos are found in tropical and subtropical areas. This includes Peru, Southern South America, parts of Africa, India, and the Carribean.
Some subtropical climate animals are dromedary camels, ostriches, spotted hyenas, sidewinder rattlesnakes,
Examples of tropical climate animals are as follows: bengal tigers, boa constrictors, chimpanzees, gorillas, red-eyed tree frogs, and toucans.
Biology-online.org gives this definition of “tropical” climate: “one with continually high temperatures with considerable precipitation, at least during part of the year.”
Subtropical refers to a “climate where the tempature in the winter can drop below freezing, but only for short periods of time, measured in hours or part of a day http://davesgarden.com/guides/terms/go/887/).”
Although whitney36 is correct that they typically live in tropical and subtropical areas, some flamingoes also live in the Andes Mountains. They can live any where they find water or mud, and plenty of food. They eat mollusks, crustaceans, and blue or green algae.
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