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Mallard - Anas platyrhynchos


correct that man. :thumb:




Mallard Ducks are common wild ducks that live in Northern Hemisphere wetlands. Most domestic (tame) ducks were bred from mallards. The female is called a hen, the male is called a drake, and the young are called ducklings.

Anatomy: Males are brightly colored, having a green head, a white collar, and a bright yellow bill. Females are mottled brown with a brown bill. Mallards are about 20-23 inches (51-59 cm) long.


Diet: Mallard ducks have a varied diet. They eat insects, worms, frogs, snails, slugs, small shellfish, grasses, and other plants that grow near shore.


Eggs and Nests: Mallards build cup-like nests made of grass and leaves; they are lined with duck down (delicate feathers). Nests are usually on the ground in dense undergrowth. Females lay 5-14 greenish-white eggs in each clutch (a set of eggs laid at one time). The female cares for the young



for more on Mallard ducks, please visit your local library Ross. :)

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i couldnt see it in halfords. They usually have all the colours.

I'ts probably one they have to mix up mate....

Don't let halford mix it for you. the brush they supply is big enough to paint your bloody house with :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

If they have it listed in the book above the touch-up-pens then it may just be out of stock.

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