Crested screamer - . For a long time, they were thought to be most closely related to the Galliformes because of similar bills, but they are instead more closely related to ducks (family Anatidae), most closely to the magpie goose (which some DNA evidence suggests are closer to screamers than to ducks).
The Magpie Goose (Anseranas semipalmata) is a waterbird species found in coastal northern Australia and savannah in southern New Guinea. It is a unique member of the order Anseriformes, and arranged in a family and genus distinct from all other living waterfowl. The Magpie Goose is a resident breeder in northern Australia and in southern New Guinea.
Magpie Goose - Ananseranas semipalmata; are widespread in northern Australia, where they may congregate in huge flocks, often comprising thousands of birds. They breed in large colonies late in the wet season, with the biggest recorded at Daly River in the Northern Territory–it covered 46 km2.
The loon birds (North America) or divers (UK/Ireland) are a group of aquatic birds The loons toes are connected by webbing. Flying loons resemble a plump goose with a seagull's wings, relatively small in proportion to the bulky body. The bird holds its head pointing slightly upwards during swimmin. In flight the head droops more than in similar aquatic birds. Common Loon, Mom and the Chick
Horned screamer (Anhima cornuta) Related to ducks, but most closely to magpie goose)