What Is the Difference between a Swan and a Duck?

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Ducks and swans are birds that are members of the family Anatidae but they are both different in a number of ways such as size where a duck is usually smaller than a swan. Also, a swan is normally white in colour while a duck's body is usually covered in different colours like black and white or brown and white.
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swan have long necks.
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Swans are larger, have longer necks, and are generally black
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Swans and ducks belong to the same family (Anatidae) but different subfamilies. Swans belong to the subfamily Anserinae. Some of their characteristics are: Long neck. The plumage
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1. Observe the color of the ducks. Pekin ducks have a pristine white body. Cayuga ducks are black with shimmering green; Swedish ducks have bluish-gray, black and silver body colors
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