The flamingo is a bird with flaming red or white feathers that is very close to the size of a small chicken. It is a member of the Parus subphylum of the order Anseriformes, a group that includes flamingoes, ducks, geese, plovers, and various other kinds of waterfowl.
The flamingo is a member of the subphylum of birds that is related to waterfowl, and is native to the tropics. Flamingos are a small- to medium-sized bird, generally around the size of a large chicken. They have a short tail, a broad, pointed head, and a short neck. These flamingos are found in tropical regions of the world, with some species of the species being found in Africa, Asia, and South America.