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Where are the ears of a duck?
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 beak, an anus, and a nose! A beak, an anus, and a nose!
Yes: ducks, like all birds, have ears. Their earholes are hidden beneath their feathers.
An ear is an sensory organ of the body. It helps us to hear sound. The ear is composed of the external ear (which is visible) and the internal ear. The external ear… or the pinna is a flap of cartilagenous skin that aids in the collection and direction of sound waves into the inner ear. The inner ear has several parts which is beyond the scope of this answer but the main parts are the cochlea, vestibule and the ear drum. Sound waves directed inwards fall on the ear drum and then are carried inwards in the form of vibrations that the cochlea and the vestibule conduct onwards to the brain through special auditory nerves and hence there is perception of speech.
You have ears so you can hear things. Some people are deaf, or cannot hear. Earwax is in your ear and you need to clean it out on a daily basis.
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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yes ... that's the way you get baby ducks. The different breeds of ducks are pretty distinct. That's what all the pretty plumage is about. It makes sure that the separate… breeds don't inter-breed. Muscovy ducks and Roan ducks can inter-breed but the offspring will be infertile. We have a batch of ducklings that hatched on Wednesday. Six of them are pure Pekins; the Aflac duck. The Pekin hen also mated with Mallards and has five crossbred as a result. The coloration is incredible and hard to describe. If you would like to see pictures, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nothing at all. Daffy is a Warner Brothers character; Daisy is a Disney character. They aren't related, and as far as I know have never even met in any canonical work. (They m…ay have both appeared in Who Framed Roger Rabbit ... I know Donald and Daffy did meet in that movie.)
Well they let you hear things and these days it is really popular (if you are a girl) to have them pierced.
actually, if you buy some in the store, feed it in the menu.
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.
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well im glad you asked a ear is something you hear out of it is also very entertaining to stick small items in such as beads or small toys so now that you know what an ear… is go have fun with it!! and stick lots of small objects in them!!! yay +++ That is such wonderful irony that it reads as if posted by a despairing parent who's had to remove assorted foreign bodies from his or her little darlings' ears on more than one occasion!
If you have one in your hands, hihihi!
Use a small sharp knife and lay it flat along the top of the flesh. Poke the tip of the knife through and under the membrane and keeping the knife flat against the breast,… cut under the membrane a little in one direction, then hold the cut part with your other hand and use your knife in the other direction, pulling the membrane up as you cut. Continue until all of the membrane is removed. Search "preparing duck breast" and find a video. The one by l'Atalier des Chefs is very helpful.