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61-66 cm (24-26 in)
Males are larger, otherwise sexes are identical.
Juveniles are duller than adults.
Forest lakes or marshes with access to open woodland or savanna.
There is very little information available about diet in wild populations, but it is presumed they eat green parts of various plants and sedges.
They nest in hollow trees, only occasionally on the ground.
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