picture you can see a young muscovy duck. The muscovy duck is
originally from Mexico, South and Central America. The wild
muscovy has a dark plumage and white wings. The muscovy duck is
as the mallard duck, they will not couple for life. The female
muscovy duck will lay around eight to ten white eggs in a hollow
or a tree hole. The eggs will incubate around thirty five days.
It seems that the muscovy duck has been domesticated for
centuries by the indigenous people of South America. It is said
that the muscovy got its name from Moscow, but it is known in
the commerce as Barbary Duck as it is native from Barbary. The
muscovy duck is popular breed as its meat has a very strong
taste. You may find the muscovy ducks in some farms in New
Zealand where they are domesticated for their meat. New Zealand
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