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Alternative name: Ferruginous Pochard
38â€“42 cm (15-16Â½ in)
Female similar but duller with a brown eye
Wet forests, rivers, estuaries and reservoirs and urban lakes.
They feed by diving and dabbling.
Their diet consists of aquatic plants and insects; also molluscs and small fish. They often feed at night.
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