Ducks are found in grasslands and both salt as well as fresh water and divided into river ducks and sea ducks.
A full grown duck can weigh about 8 lbs and can grow to about 16 to 20 inches in length. Their lifespan is 2 – 20 years
They eat grass, tree leaves, fish, insects, worms and small amphibians. They are opportunistic and will eat fruit, seeds, aquatic plants and crustaceans.
Are large-sized reptiles found in Northern Indian and the surrounding countries.
Are the second largest birds in the world after ostriches and belong to a family of flightless birds called ‘Ratites’.
Are tail-less amphibians with stout bodies and long hind limbs for leaping of the family Bugonidae.
Are large graceful wading birds with long-legs, long-necks and long beaks belonging to the family Coconiidae.
Are small mammals native to Asia, Europe and Africa that thrive in warm temperatures.
Are small arboreal mammals related to weasels, skunks and raccoons and belonging to the Ailuridae family.
Are snake-like fish from the order Anguilliformes that occupy both fresh water as well as saltwater habitats.
Is a warm blood mammal that belongs to the monotreme group that lay eggs.
Are pink to scarlet colored, web-footed wading birds with down-bent bills.