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Ducks are birds. Also called "waterfowl", as normally found in water such as rivers, streams and ponds.
Ducks keep clean by preening themselves.
The egg production is affected by the daylight. When there is more daylight, the ducks will lay more eggs.
Many species of duck are temporarily flightless.
To avoid injury when digging into sediment it has no cere (cere is a soft, fleshy swelling found on the beaks of certain birds), but the nostrils come out through hard horn.
Ducks are related to geese and swans.
A male duck is called a drake, a female is called a duck. Babies are called ducklings.
Ducks have three eyelids.
Ducks' feet have no nerves or blood vessels. This means that ducks do not feel the cold, even if they swim in ice cold water. Ducks have many economic uses, which are bred for their meat, eggs, feathers.