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Baby Duck Toy Applique

Product number: A00103
Product information "Baby Duck Toy Applique"
The family of ducks (Anatidae) is the most species-rich from the order of geese (Anseriformes). This group includes such familiar types of waterfowl as the ducks, geese, and swans. Duck birds are hunted and kept for their meat, eggs and feathers, and in many forms they have found their way into fairy tales, legends and comics. All duck birds are adapted to an aquatic life to a greater or lesser degree. Their long, broad bodies give them buoyancy when swimming, and their feet are webbed (exception: Hawaiian goose) and set far back on the body. The plumage is very dense and is regularly oiled with the secretion of the well-developed bristle gland to make it water-repellent.

Many duck birds are exceptionally colorful. This is especially true of the ducks of the subfamily Anatinae, which often have plumage in bright colors, while white, brown, and gray primary colors predominate in geese. There is usually a pronounced sexual dimorphism here, with males being magnificently colored but females inconspicuously grayish-brown. At the end of the breeding season, ducklings undergo a molt, during which they briefly become flightless and males often temporarily match the females in coloration with the so-called slack plumage.

Most duck birds are very vocal. Well known is the quacking of the swimming ducks. Only female ducks quack, while males make other sounds, for example thin whistling sounds. Geese are known for loud quacking, whistling geese and half geese mostly for whistling sounds. The calls of swans can carry the farthest. The trumpeter swan has vesicular resonance chambers (bullae) at the vocal head and along the trachea, which enormously amplify the volume of the cries. Ruddy ducks alone are not very vocal and, apart from hisses and grunts, are almost silent. There are both diurnal and nocturnal species among the duck birds. However, most are not fixed and are active primarily at dusk. Duckbirds often sleep on the water, tucking their heads under one wing. They spend a large part of the day grooming their plumage, which is regularly oiled with the secretion of the bristle gland. Even the non-diving species regularly wet their plumage with water by flapping their wings violently on the water surface.

Product Number: A00103
Product Name: Duck

This design comes with the following sizes:
Size: 3.98"(w) X 3.85"(h) (101.2 X 97.8mm)
Size: 4.74"(w) X 4.61"(h) (120.4 X 117.2mm)
Size: 5.53"(w) X 5.39"(h) (140.4 X 136.8mm)
Size: 6.71"(w) X 6.54"(h) (170.4 X 166.0mm)
Size: 7.81"(w) X 7.61"(h) (198.4 X 193.2mm)

The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .HUS .PES

You MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.

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