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Parent Category: Waterfowl
Swans are large waterfowl that are some of the biggest. Closely related to ducks and geese, they are famed for their majesty and beauty and are part of the history and mythology of numerous cultures.
yes, i have a black and white photo of a daimler and aec buses of swan,also a newspaper cutting of a daimler and bedford single decker,which corgi toys made 2 models of many years later.i own the swan daimler from 1949 it was originally brown and cream and hopefully be back on the road next year
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Answer # 1 Don't worry about falling asleep while praying the rosary. St. Therese of Lisieux used to do the same. She said it was natural for a little child to feel so safe and loved in their Father's arms that they slip into sleep. Feel blessed that your Father loves you so much and continue to be …
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A female swan is called a Pen.
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Answer the way ducks are 28 days
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I have seen some Gene Gray prints recently at a local antique store in Lexington and they ranged from $15-$30. Most were signed but not numbered. These were unframed in mint or near mint condition. Selections included the red fox, otter, bald eagle, chipmunks, etc. Horse prints and those that are nu…
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A zoologist, zoology is the study of animals.
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Will Turner III.
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A drake
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Swans Fly? Swans can fly very well and very high, and they make it look easy.
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According to this link, one sold for £18.5m last November. http://antiques2.iantiquesguide.com/article.php?story=20071129005730729
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Yes. Most swans feed on algae and water weeds. Some swans also eat insects, but only because the insects are on the vegetation they consume.
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Many of the prints are valued at an amount close to $50 each. The exact amount will vary depending upon the exact print and its condition.
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Swans mainly eat underwater vegetation or, in colder areas in the winter, they will eat grass. They eat aquatic plants like pond weed or sometimes small animals like snails.
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a drake
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go to this web site: http://www.sciencenaturally.com/pdf/platypus_activities.pdf
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The swan symbolizes the illumination of spirit, healing, creation, divine spirit, and beauty.
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A cygnet is a baby swan.
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A baby swan is called a cygnet.
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I have cared for two wild mute swans for about 5 years now and feed them JJ's sweet feed. It's a blend of grains, wheat and corn that is actually a horse and cattle feed. A 50# bag at the local Agway store is just $10 and they eat about 5# a day at most so the cost is very minimal. Just $1 a day for…
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yes
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no swans do not have teeth. i have a picture with a swans mouth open trying to bite and it clearly shows they have jagged edges on the beak that look like teeth.
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Because they live in the snow.
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thomas alva edision was a great inventer he invented about 1000 inventions!
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A group of swans is called a bevy, lamentation, herd, game, team or wedge (flying in a "V" formation)Collective nouns pertaining to swans are bank, bevy, drift, eyrar, flight, game, herd, lamentation, sownder, team, wedge and whiting.
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Called a Cygnet
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Called a 'pen'
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Only the Black swan, a swan native to Australia, is black.
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Answer Not in New Zealand. Even in the northern hemisphere, swans will stay in their summer feeding grounds until the water freezes, then move only far enough to find open water. In areas where ponds and rivers to not freeze (or not too much), swans will often stay year-round.
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Answer Yes. See the Related Links below.
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Answer They don't have many enemies. The main pretodor is the fox and bagers.
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they live on rivers, in lakes, there have also been sightings of swans swimming on the sea although they do not actually live there. they are also found in parks in the water but rarelyOne species is found in South America (Black-necked Swan), one in Australia and New Zealand (Black Swan), and four…
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Enemies of swans include wolves and raccoons. Humans are also a threat to swans because they are harming their habitats.
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Cygnet
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ponds and lands
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Do swans fly south for the summer
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I have heard everything from 5'6" to 7'. Not ever having met one this is the best answer I can give you.
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A good baby swan name would be something representing its meaning. Marali means Swan in Sanskrit, so Maralika means Little Swan. Amise is Hebrew and means Grace. A swan is a very graceful creature. Sangita is Sanskrit and means Divine Music. The swan is often said to represent music and bea…
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It is called a Cygnus
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A drake.
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Swans are found on all continents except for Antarctica.
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Origami swans are really easy and fun to make. It's not easy to explain but here is a good website that will help you to make one or type it into a video viewing place. http://www.origami-instructions.com/origami-swan.html Just copy and paste it into the search bar! :)
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the natural habitat is there nest. At a pond or lake in mostly in Alberta.
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Joseph Swan is famous for the invention of the incandescent light bulb.For all we know, Humphry Davy invented the first electric light bulb in 1800.Thomas Alva Edison also invented the lelectric light bulb.It's true that Joseph Swan, a British inventor really invented the first light bulb.Related li…
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Baby swans are called as cygnets. Adult male swans are called as cobs while adult female swans are called as pens.
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Technically it's a cob.
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its called a cygnet (pronounced sig-net)
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Young swans are known as cygnets
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The life cycle of a duck means of a duck means that how it grows.When two ducks breed they form an an egg.Then,the egg becomes a duckling.The duckling becomes a grown up duck and breeds, lays an egg when it becomes old it dies.
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A cygnet.
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A duck lives in parks or other moist places. Near ponds or similar things is the ducks preferred habitat.
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They are larger, more powerful, havier and less aerodynamic than other waterfowl.
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cygnet
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No they cannot.
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It depends on the species. The main predators of swans are skunks, owls, bears, foxes, and coyotes. Western species such as the Mute Swan or Trumpeter Swan have few natural predators exept humans. Foxes, coyotes and gulls commonly take juveniles and eggs but adults are relatively safe. The Black S…
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white with faded brown spots
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An adult male is called a cob
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A blockwailer
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British Common Law contains the notion of Royal Prerogative which includes such important powers as the dissolution of Parliament, calling an election, declaration of war, the awarding of honours and many others. Under Royal Prerogative, only the Monarch has the power to do these things, although a…
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The value of a colored glass swan is anywhere from $4 to $1,500 depending on several factors such as who made it, and if it is vintage and/or rare. The Dale Tiffany art glass swan with hand blown glass can be purchased new for $58.00 from some retailers.
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Answer U COULD at least say from which country and stuff it's from, cause how do u expect us to know? Anyways just go on google and type: How much do swans cost in ______, it'll probably help
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the trumpeter swans natural habitat is the wetlands of anywhere
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They live in Canada. 
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a bevy :)
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Yes. All swans have webbed feet as the webbing helps them swim.
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The history of writing instruments with which humans have recorded and conveyed thoughts, feelings and grocery lists, is the history of civilization itself. This is how we know about our ancestors and their lives. The handy sharpened-stone, used for skinning and killing animals was adapted into the…
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The flesh was painted with saffron dissolved in melted butter.Swans and peacocks were among the foods only eaten by rich people. Using saffron made them even rarer.
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a dark egg It is an egg that is alive.
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We've searched and although it doesn't seem to exist - so far - can we suggest 'cygnophobia', from the latin cygnus for swan?Good luckThe two linguistsWhile I'm sure cygnophobia would be acceptable, phobia etymology is derived from Greek roots, and therefore kiknophobia (from kiknos) would probably …
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Natural enemies of swans are human beings because they are polluting their water habitats. Other enemies are raccoons and wolves.
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Baby swans do not learn to fly until they are around 6 months old. They learn to fly by observing their parents. It takes them about 14 weeks to learn to fly.
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The bodacious Trumpeter swan feasts upon insects, hard shelled animals, plants, tubers, pond weeds, and cattails.
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To endure something means that a person lived through it. It usually refers to a period of time that was challenging.
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Depends on how much they charge per hour
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They make the same level of noise in day and night. However, the impact may differ slightly (not noticeable) based on weather conditions.
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a baby swan is called a cygnet. pronounced: sig-nit
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Endored was a manner of preparing birds such as swans and peacock to eat during the Middle Ages. The meat was painted with saffron and melted butter then roasted. It was then placed back inside the original skin with the feathers still attached.
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Well I know that the swan princess's name is Odette. I am not sure about the Prince though, sorry :)
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Anna pavlova's last words
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squab
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The young of a swan is called a cygnet or a flapper, an ugly little creature which can be easily mistaken as a duck.
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Yes, most of them do.
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lol it is swimminig
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a young swan is called a Cygnet
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Swans are birds and all birds are vertebrates - i.e. have backbones. Their long necks are actually continuations of vertebrae.
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a swamp, lake , and sometimes , grassy lands
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The queen of Britain owns the white swans.
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Lobsters care for their offspring only during the egg stage. The female carries the eggs on her pleopods where she keeps them clean and well oxygenated. Once they eggs hatch, she releases the larvae where they must survive on their own.
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size is a trumpeter swan
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A baby swan is called a cygnet. pronounced: sig-nit
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Briefly, eggs are graded and sized by commodity graders within the US Department of Agriculture. This chart, which I copied and pasted from wikipedia, for I am too, incredibly too, lazy to type it out, shows the spread, in grams, of chicken egg weight by gram. SizeMass per eggCooking Yield (Volume)[…
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A Baby swan is called a signet (or cygnet).
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it first starts out as a cygnet and then grows to a female or male(or cob)there life is up to seven years and can live up to fifty years in captivity
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in the city in a nice flat with a jumbo screen with an xbox watching napoleon dynamite
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