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July 6, 2014 the Smithsonian's National Zoo welcomed the 100th and 101st flamingo chicks to hatch at the Bird House. The chicks are being hand-reared behind the scenes by keepers in a cozy 95-degree incubator. Flamingo chicks have a higher survival rate if they are hand-reared. The chicks will join the Zoo's flock of flamingos outside when they are older.
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