|Video Release:||19 Oct 2010|
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Why Is Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos Rated G?
Violence: Marabou birds and other predators attack and kill young flamingos. A parent bird tries to defend its offspring. Sick and injured chicks are left behind during migration. Dead births are seen on several occasions.
Sexual Content: Birds engage in mating rituals. A male bird mounts a female flamingo.
Language: No profanities noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Other: A baby bird is fed a liquid diet that includes the parent bird’s blood.