Corscoroba Swan

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The Corscoroba Swan is a small swan, in fact it is the smallest swan in the world. They originally come from the wetland and swamps of south america. The bird has a red beak, legs and feet. They look somewhat more like geese than swans. The female looks almost identical to the male. During Breeding  the female incubates the eggs, while the male stands guard and aggressively helps to protect the fledglings against predators after hatching.
Did You Know…
The coscoroba swan is the smallest species of swan, weighing 9 pounds!
Diet – Mainly grasses, water plants and fish
Threat Status – Least Concerned
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