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I love this Duck & this picture! Curious Duck Photograph by Tilly Meijer, My Shot Just a funny duck. I made this picture with my lens.

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My webs hurt. Stop flogging me! My pin feathers itch. Why is water blue? What's that funny smell? Duckling curiosity for you. I love muscovies.

Shot of the Day - December 18, 2014 - Dos Ducks - Pekin 2014©Barbara O'Brien Photography

Shot of the Day - December 2014 - Dos Ducks - Pekin O'Brien…

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The American Pekin duck, or Long Island is a breed of domesticated duck used primarily for egg and meat production. It was bred from the Mallard in China. The ancestors of those ducks originated from Nanjing and originally had small bodies and black feathers. With the relocation of the Chinese capital to Beijing, supply barge traffic increased in the area which would often spill grain on which the ducks fed. Over time, the ducks slowly increased in size and grew white feathers.

The American Pekin duck, or Long Island is a breed of domesticated duck used primarily for egg and meat production. It was bred from the Mallard in China. The ancestors of those ducks originated from Nanjing and originally had small bodies and black feathers. With the relocation of the Chinese capital to Beijing, supply barge traffic increased in the area which would often spill grain on which the ducks fed. Over time, the ducks slowly increased in size and grew white feathers.

I'm just hangin' out here with some of my buds!  :)

I'm just hangin' out here with some of my buds!

You are the sweetest little guy!

This duckling was one of the smallest baby ducks I ever saw.) But newborn baby bird or not.he could swim like not other.

MALLARD (Drake) - Anas platyrhynchos . . . Temperate and subtropical Americas, Europe, Asia, North Africa . . . Photo: Cornell Gill (A Catalunya  Anec de coll verd)

Temperate and subtropical Americas, Europe, Asia, North Africa . Photo: Cornell Gill (A Catalunya Anec de coll verd)

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