What time does a duck wake up?At the quack of dawn!
Be like a duck, paddling and working very hard inside the water, but what everyone sees is a smiling and calm face.Manoj Arora
Ducks are medium sized aquatic birds related to other aquatic birds like swans and geese. Ducks differ from swans and geese in their tendency to dive into the water in order catch their food.
Ducks are omnivorous animals feeding on aquatic plants, small fish, insects and grubs both in and out of water meaning that ducks can easily adapt to different conditions. It is because of the duck’s ability to eat such a diverse amount of food both in water and on dry land that makes ducks one of the most widespread birds in the world as they are found on every continent, with the obvious exception of Antarctica.
A duck’s mouth contains rows of tiny plates that line their teeth, to help them filter water out of their beaks without losing food. The duck’s advanced water filtering system is similar to the way in which a blue whale feeds in the ocean.
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