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2014-08-06 16:18:17

Black-necked Swan (Cygnus melanocorypha). The Black-necked Swan is mostly white, apart from the black neck and head and a prominent red knob at the base of the bill. They nest in emergent vegetation around freshwater lakes. This species is mostly gregarious, and is often seen in small flocks, although occasionally they gather in groups of several thousand. They feed on algae, aquatic plants and invertebrates such as insects.

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