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A black flamingo, seen at the salt lake at the Akrotiri Environmental Centre on the southern coast of Cyprus. This black flamingo is one in several million—and perhaps, the only one in the world. The bird’s black feathers are a result of melanism, a genetic condition that produces too much of the pigment “melanin,” turning the otherwise pink plumes black during development.

Photo credit: Marinos Meletiou/Reuters

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