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Ducks have ears on the side of their head, but do not have ear-flaps (or pinnae). The opening to the ear is covered by a special set of feathers called ear coverts (or auriculars). Ducks can close the entrance to their ears when diving, so that water does not get in.
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A duck is a waterfowl species related to geese and swans. There are species of ducks in most of the temperate climates of the world.
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Any of about 50 species of short-legged waterbirds with webbed feet and flattened bills, of the family Anatidae, order Anseriformes, which also includes the larger geese and s…wans. Ducks were domesticated for eggs, meat, and feathers by the ancient Chinese and the ancient Maya. Most ducks live in fresh water, feeding on worms and insects as well as vegetable matter. They are generally divided into dabbling ducks and diving ducks. Anatomy The three front toes of a duck's foot are webbed and the hind toe is free; the legs are scaly. The broad rounded bill is skin-covered with a horny tip provided with little plates (lamellae) through which the duck is able to strain its food from water and mud. Species of duck The mallard Anas platyrhynchos, 58 cm/1.9 ft, found over most of the northern hemisphere, is the species from which all domesticated ducks originated. The male (drake) has a glossy green head, brown breast, grey body, and yellow bill. The female (duck) is speckled brown, with a duller bill. The male moults and resembles the female for a while just after the breeding season. There are many other species of duck including teal, eider, mandarin duck, merganser, muscovy duck, pintail duck, shelduck, and shoveler They have different-shaped bills according to their diet and habitat; for example, the shoveler has a wide spade-shaped bill for scooping insects off the surface of water.
Yes: ducks, like all birds, have ears. Their earholes are hidden beneath their feathers.
A beak, an anus, and a nose! A beak, an anus, and a nose!
You can get a duck by going to your local feed store and just buying a duckling. they are not very expensive and they make great pets if you want that much responsibility. I l…ove my pet ducks and they are great!!!
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On Phineas and ferb does this duck bill make me look fat is there any point to the fly that flies through their mom's earings?
No not really, but perhaps it is because to show the younger viewers who don't get it as well that the earrings are still actually the transporters or whatever they were…, xD. Also it may be to show how naive Linda (the mum) is. -Ani.
If you have one in your hands, hihihi!
many things - the world is your oyster. why not start with floating around on a lake and sporadically plunging your head into the water?
This depends on what kind of ducks you have. Some of the basics are quacking, swimming, mating, eating, pooping, making loud noises, and waddling around. Certain ducks are bet…ter than others at these things. I have noticed that call ducks are especially good at quacking and making noise. Runner ducks are good at running and have a unique shape that looks a bit like a wine bottle. Some ducks are good at hatching. Some are very good at flying. Some ducks are actually too heavy to fly, like Ruins.