Domestic muscovy duck
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|Domestic muscovy duck|
|A Piebald Muscovy drake|
|Subspecies:||C. m. domestica|
|Cairina moschata domestica|
Cairina moschata momelanotus
The domestic muscovy duck (Cairina moschata domestica) is a domesticated form of the wild muscovy duck originated in South America. It is bred for meat, feathers, eggs, pets and sometimes as guard animals.
- Pied (white with any color mixed)
- and many more pastel colors, but these are very rare.
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