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Myra The Mallard Duck

$25.00

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Myra is one of our Mallard duck flock. The Mallard duck are the most common duck in Aotearoa, and are mostly found in wetlands, ponds and rivers. Female Mallard ducks are brown and speckled, they are famous for their 'quack' and will call other ducks and ducklings to them. Ducklings can hear their mothers quack from miles away. Although they waddle slowly, they can fly up to 100km/h.

Myra measures 8 cm wide and 8 cm high.

This toy is made out of responsibly sourced maple wood and child safe VOC free tinted oils.

Female Mallard ducks are famous for their "quack". When you grew up and learned that ducks make a quacking sound; that was from the female Mallard. Females quack to call other ducks to them, usually their baby ducklings. This call is often termed the "hail call" or "decrescendo call". The ducklings can hear this call for miles.

Read more at: https://www.ducksters.com/animals/mallardduck.php
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Female Mallard ducks are famous for their "quack". When you grew up and learned that ducks make a quacking sound; that was from the female Mallard. Females quack to call other ducks to them, usually their baby ducklings. This call is often termed the "hail call" or "decrescendo call". The ducklings can hear this call for miles.

Read more at: https://www.ducksters.com/animals/mallardduck.php
This text is Copyright © Ducksters. Do not use without permission.
Female Mallard ducks are famous for their "quack". When you grew up and learned that ducks make a quacking sound; that was from the female Mallard. Females quack to call other ducks to them, usually their baby ducklings. This call is often termed the "hail call" or "decrescendo call". The ducklings can hear this call for miles.

Read more at: https://www.ducksters.com/animals/mallardduck.php
This text is Copyright © Ducksters. Do not use without permission.

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