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The mallard, wood duck, green-winged teal, northern shoveler and black-bellied whistling duck are some of the over 25 species of ducks living in North America. Ducks belong to different categories based on shared features such as feeding habits and habitat. Dabblers, diving ducks and sea ducks are t


A baby duck is called a duckling. A small duck is considered a duckling until it reaches adult age, beginning at approximately two months from the time they hatch, depending on the type of duck.


"Duck Life" is a game that revolves around raising a virtual duckling into a champion duck racer. "Duck Life" consists of 15 mini-games that help the user's virtual duckling train and learn new skills in preparation for tournaments where it competes against other ducks.


Ducks primarily eat aquatic plants, but they are omnivorous and also eat insects, crustaceans, mollusks, frogs and small fish. Ducks forage for their food and eat whatever is available, although vegetation makes up the core portion of their diet.


Some species of duck live into their 20s. The oldest mallard duck lived to be 27 years old, though the average lifespan in the wild for mallards is about 26 years.


A duck phone is a landline telephone shaped like a duck. Most duck phones are made from wood and are push-button telephones. As of 2014, the majority of duck phones are discontinued, having enjoyed the most popularity in the 1980s.


Consumers can purchase duck eggs on eFowl.com and Strombergs.com. Both websites offer duck hatching eggs for meat production and further egg production from several different breeds.


Baby ducks eat mostly invertebrates for the first few weeks of their lives, including insects, worms, snails and crustaceans. They need a huge amount of high-protein food for these first few weeks, and as soon as the ducklings hatch, the mother will usually take them to wherever there is the most fo


"Duck face" is a term for the facial expression formed when a person puckers their lips in a way that looks like a duck's beak. Duck face, also known as "Myspace face," is also associated with "selfies" posted to social networking sites such as Facebook and Myspace.


Ducks sleep in covered areas, such as marshes and woods, on land or water. This not only provides them with a place to roost, but it protects them from predators.