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Cotton Pygmy Geese

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 These cotton pygmy goose ducklings (yes, ducklings…the goose moniker is a misnomer) are enjoying both some live invertebrates and the moss in which they reside. Tiny aquatic invertebrates, such at the gammarus being eaten here, make up the majority of a ducklings diet during the first days of life post hatch.

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