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shelduck

A goose-like duck, native to the Old World (except the far N); eats grass, water weeds, and invertebrates; nests in burrows or holes; also known as a sheldrake. (Genus: Tadorna, 7 species. Subfamily: Anatinae. Tribe: Tadornini).

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