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Silver Teal

Anas versicolor


The silver teal male and female ducks have are easily identified because of their beautifully double colored beak: orange and blue, double colored head: dark brown and whitish beige, and double colored feathers of the body: brown and beige. In this case several of them swam calmly while sharing a peaceful and acquatic moment with other fellow animals.


It can be seen around Southamerica. These ones were spotted at the Capybara´s lake in "Parque Lecocq" reserve.

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patty 5 years ago

...and all the mini invertebrates one that we can´t see ;)
Greetings Jimmy and thank you for the comment.

jimmy76 5 years ago

Wow you got three different animals in one picture

patty 5 years ago

Hola Marta, ¿si? Por el lado de los Texeira, ¿conocés Uruguay entonces?

The MnMs
The MnMs 5 years ago

Que bonito! Sabes que mi familia materna son de Uruguay?

patty 5 years ago

And the jacana... I thought so too María =)

Maria dB
Maria dB 5 years ago

How cool to get ducks and capybaras together!

patty 5 years ago

The silver teal is a duck, next to it you may find a capybara. Here you have some other pictures of it:
Then, you also have a bird which is a jacana. Here you have another picture too:
Greetings and thank you for the comment

Steven Sheppard
Steven Sheppard 5 years ago

Cool bird. What is that thing on the shore though?


Lat: -34.82, Long: -56.21

Spotted on Jul 1, 2012
Submitted on Aug 25, 2012


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