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In pics: Flamingos in Spain

Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded.

In pics: Flamingos in Spain
Flamingos move around a pen at Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015 after a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
Flamingos stand in Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015, during a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
A volunteer releases a flamingo chick at Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015, during a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
A volunteer kisses a flamingo chick at Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015, during a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
Volunteers weigh a flamingo chick as another measures its beak at Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015 after a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
Volunteer makes a face during a round up flamingo chicks on Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015, during a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
A volunteer rounds up flamingo chicks on the Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015, during a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)
In pics: Flamingos in Spain
Volunteers walk in the Fuente de Piedra lake, 70 kilometres from Malaga, on August 8, 2015, during a tagging and control operation of flamingo chicks to monitor the evolution of the species. The lake, which is the most important breeding ground for flamingos in the Iberian Peninsula, is also a nature reserve and a haven for birds with over 170 different species recorded. (AFP/Getty Images)