We all know the ducks well. Ducks are members of the Anatidae family and belong to the Aves class. They should not be confused with large birds like swans and geese. Ducks are small water birds that live in both fresh and marine waters. Ducks are sometimes mixed with badgers and traces. The word duck comes from the ancient English word duce, which means underwater. The ducklings are called ducklings, but the adult ducks ready to fry in the food trade are called ducklings.
The body of a duck is wide and long and has a flexible neck, provided the larger birds. The shape of the ducks’ body is rounded. The beak or the beak is slightly wide and covered with jagged glass suitable for feeding the filter. The bill is long and strongly serrated in the fishing species. The legs have scales and are somehow positioned on the back of the body. The wings are strong, short and sharp and the flight in the ducks consists of rapid continuous movements that require the rapid movement of the flight muscles. Three species of streamer ducks are completely flightless. Many species remain temporarily unable to moult and require a good supply of food and conservation during this period. This pubescence generally precedes migration.