How Many Eggs Does a Mallard Duck Lay?


A female mallard duck will lay between 7 and 16 eggs after an incubation period that lasts for about 29 days. A mallard is a wild fowl that is native to Britain and which can grow to a maximum weight of 1500 grams.
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