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Flamingos feed with their beak upside down, allowing them to catch the small micro organisms that make up their diet.
Fossas have peculiar brown and opaque eyes and their pupils often reduce to the size of pinpricks.
François langurs are easily recognised by the white streak of hair running from their mouths to their ears and by the pointed crest on their heads.
Helmeted guineafowl are large birds with no feathers on their heads. Instead, their heads have a yellow or red bony lump with red or blue patches of skin.