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Thread: Hybrid Flamingos introduced to Aruba

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    Wink Hybrid Flamingos introduced to Aruba

    I think this would make so many of us very happy.
    Flamingos of late seem to be the "be all and the end all."

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    If all of the beaches obtained this new hybrid breed, and had them strategically placed along Eagle, Palm, Surfside and Arashi Beaches.....the flamingo lovers would be happy and would not have to feel deprived if unable to get to DePalm or Renaissance Island where they could see the "real deal".
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    Good idea! And it won’t be necessary to clip their wings in order to prevent them from flying away from all the people who get too close in order to handfeed them or take a selfy with them!
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    And some people would believe it too.

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    oh yes, it is true!
    it was on the internet so it MUST be true.

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    And some people would believe it too.
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    It is amazing what you can tell people and they believe. It's amazing what I've told people and gotten them to believe.


    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    oh yes, it is true!
    it was on the internet so it MUST be true.

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    Just like they believe there are native palm trees on the island....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Ratt View Post
    Just like they believe there are native palm trees on the island....

    Poor palm trees been here for generations and they still call them immigrants!

    Jokes aside, is there some source to this? Because all I've ever heard was hearsay by proponents of both sides of the story. Some say the hotels brought them over, yet we can see photos of palm beach filled with them before the hotels were built. Other stories I've heard are that the coconuts get swept by the sea and in doing so they spread to most islands over time. I've also heard that there are two types of palm trees, the local one that has coconuts and the one they bring in that dsn't have coconuts. So many stories, little actual sources of information.
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