Flamingos turn Indian lakes into ‘sea of pink’ – BBC News

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    Thousands of flamingos migrate to western India every year in search of food and nesting grounds, turning lakes into a ‘sea of pink’.

    The spectacle in Navi Mumbai city draws in people from nearby cities and towns.

    Bird watchers say that the growing number of flamingos in the city is a good sign. But many add that authorities need to do more to ensure that the migration pattern is not disturbed by construction in the area.

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