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Madagascar, Maroc & Arkansas containers have arrived! Furthermore, a large BACKYARDSALE with 32 tons of rough stones, 173 boxes with rare shells, 117 boxes of Darshan incense and lots of lava images EVERYTHING HAS TO GO! 



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Duck skull on pedestal.

Duck skull on pedestal.


Duck skull on pedestal.


Very beautiful, but also very fragile to send. Very nicely prepared.


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Duck is the common name for several species of birds from the Anatidae family (Anatidae). All types are called "ducks" from the Anatidae, except the species from the subfamily Anserinae, geese and swans. Ducks are mostly aquatic birds, mostly smaller than their relatives the swans and geese, with a shorter neck, and can be found in both fresh and salt water. The tadorninae, including inter alia the shelduck, keep in size somewhere between a goose and a duck. Ducks are sometimes confused with several types of unrelated birds with similar forms, such as loons, grebes, water rails, coots and moorhens. Sometimes with "duck" meant only female ducks. A male duck is called a "drake". A young duck is called piel (there swims a duck with fiddle). In general, boy of chickens and ducks also called "pulletje" or "pulleke". A drake mallard, the most common type, can also be recognized in addition to the color on a few curled feathers on the tail (this is not always visible).

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