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Pet Ducks


Ducks can be kept and bred by aviculturists and often displayed in zoos. All domestic ducks are descended from the wild Mallard, except the Muscovy Duck. Many domestic breeds have become much larger than their wild ancestor, with a length from the base of neck to base of tail of 30 cm or more.

Most ducks other than female Mallards and domestic ducks do not "quack".


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Duck Breeds


Ducks

Plumed Whistling-Duck
Wandering Whistling-Duck
Blue-billed Duck
Musk Duck
Freckled Duck
Australian Shelduck
Radjah Shelduck
Australian Wood Duck
Pacific Black Duck
Pink-eared Duck
Waterfowl

Magpie Goose
Mute Swan
Black Swan
Cape Barren Goose
Cotton Pygmy-goose
Green Pygmy-goose
Mallard
Australasian Shoveler
Northern Shoveler
Grey Teal
Chestnut Teal
Northern Pintail
Garganey
Hardhead
 






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