Photo: Spoonbill is all pretty in pink

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Roseate spoonbills are found along the Southern coasts of the United States, and well as in many parts of South America. According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, these birds use their spoon-shaped bills to strain small fish and other foods out of the water.

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