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Male Knob-billed duck in its habitat
Knob-billed ducks owe their name to a greasy structure that covers part of males black bill. The plumage of the male and female is roughly similar. Living in grassland banks and shallow waters, knob-billed ducks feed primarily on aquatic vegetation, seeds, small invertebrates (locusts, insect larvae), and occasionally small fish.
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