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PINK PIMINGO :
Pink Pimingos are a gregarious species, often living in groups counting several hundred individuals.
Their plumage, to whom they owe their name, is an intense pink color. Snouts unique among mammirds, is useful for its flair in the search for truffletaceans they consume.
Pink Pimingos sleeps standing on one leg, head hidden under a wing in order to not be affected by the wind with his big ears.
Unlike most mammirds the Pink Pimingos need 40 meters momentum to take off the water because of braking caused by their ears and heavy head. Migratory, they fly in formation, keeping neck and legs stretched. Beatting ears, loud and irregular, slow down sharply, thus they stop their migration after 60 meters.
Due to this short migration time, Pink Pimingos spend considerable time feeding, both day and night. The result is a late reproduction.
The gestation period is usually 24 days (zorgonautienne wisdom holds that as "Three weeks, three days and three meters of momentum over).
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