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Formerly feathered flamingo incites fear into flock!
Not much has changed in the more than 65 years since Massachusetts resident Don Featherstone invented the pink plastic lawn flamingo—until now. With some seriously sinister updating, a modernized, alarmingly zombified flamingo has stepped in to spook everything from small animals to large adults! It’s true. The standard flamingo has gained so much popularity that it was named the national bird of the Bahamas. The Zombie Flamingo is also finding favor—with the spook-tacular customers from BuyCostumes.com.
- Traditionally, the word flamingo is rooted in the Spanish and Latin word flamenco—meaning fire. The bird’s feathers, known for their bright reddish-pink coloration, are the source of its scorching name. A bit outside the standard bird species, the Zombie Flamingo has bright red, devilish eyes of fire so it can still fittingly be referred to as a flamingo.
- A member of the spine-chilling living dead, the Zombie Flamingo stands 10” long, 5" wide, and 14" high and seemingly focuses in on prey with its red eyes and creepy skeletal body.
Place by the walkway to your front door to beak-on (beckon) trick-or-treaters or have the Zombie Flamingo perched inside of the front door to be the first one that is seen by the candy-seeking kiddos. Pair with the Zombie Garden Gnome or Zombie Strike N Pose Skeleton to expand the eerie zombie family.Read More
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