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Wandering whistling ducks, known for their loud whistling calls and unique appearance, enjoy daily bathing in deep lagoons and flooded grasslands. These ducks are excellent swimmers and divers who feed on grasses, water plants, insects, and aquatic vertebrae. Breeding occurs during tropical wet seasons, and they lay 6-15 eggs in a nest near water
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Wandering whistling ducks, known for their loud whistling calls and unique appearance, enjoy daily bathing in deep lagoons and flooded grasslands. These ducks are excellent swimmers and divers who feed on grasses, water plants, insects, and aquatic vertebrae. Breeding occurs during tropical wet seasons, and they lay 6-15 eggs in a nest near water