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Pinky the Flamingo dancing the "Flamingo Flamenco" | Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Pinky is a Chilean flamingo, and, like all flamingos, she loves warm, tropical weather. Pinky loves to dance for our guests at Busch Gardens! We call this dance the "Flamingo Flamenco":

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