Gap Fill - Flamingos - Level 1


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Scientists think they know flamingos stand on leg. We all love these birds doing . Scientists have wondered how they do this. Researchers say they have found the to this . A professor says the flamingo's helps it stand on one leg. Its hips and leg give the bird great balance. Flamingos do not have to use their a lot to keep standing on one leg.

Another said the flamingo is because it can stand on one leg. This is very for humans, even for one . Most of don't know that we're moving all the . Even when we stand still, our muscles work so we don't fall over. Flamingos do not need to use muscles to keep . They can save by standing on one leg. Saving energy could be why birds also stand on one leg.

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