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About: The mandarin duck is native to East Asia and is closely related to the North American wood duck. The habitats it prefers are the dense, shrubby forested edges of rivers and lakes. In winter, it additionally occurs in marshes, flooded fields, and open rivers. They mainly eat plants and seeds, especially beech mast, but also catch snails, small fish and insects. The adult male has a red bill, large white crescent above the eye and reddish face and "whiskers". It's breast is purple with two vertical white bars, and the flanks ruddy, and he has two orange "sails" at the back.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 04/Dec/2019

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