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Divlje patke u Cupriji.

Pogled na divlje patke u reci Ravanici kod mosta.
Divlja patka (lat. Anas platyrhynchos), poznata i kao gluhara, vrsta je patke koja nastanjuje umerena i subtropska podrucja Sjeverne Amerike, Europe, Azije i Australije. Verovatno najbolje poznata od svih pataka, pomogla je u uzgajanju brojnih domesticiranih pataka.
Muzjak divlje patke na glavi i vratu ima tamnozeleno perje metalnog sjaja s bijelim prstenom na dnu. Prsa su mu smedje boje, a trbuh i donja strana krila svijetlosivi. Kratko repno perje je belo. Dva srednja repna pera zavinuta su u kovrcice. Kljun je zut i sa strane nazubljen.
Zenka je pokrivena svetlosmedjim i tamnosmedjim perjem koje ima zastitnu ulogu. Narandjaste kratke noge medju prstima imaju siroke plivace kozice.
Vrlo brzo leti i dobro pliva. Naraste do 58 centimetara u duljinu. Nastanjuje gusto obrasle obale vodotoka i jezera, bara i mocvara, a zimi je uz obrasle obale usca reka. Hrani se biljnom hranom, ali jede i vodene kukce, zabe i ribe.
Na tlu uz vodu gradi gnezdo u zaklonu, cesto u podrucju stabla ili u duplji. Zenka snese do 13 svijetlozelenkastih jaja na kojima sedi i kasnije se brine za male potrkusce.
Zivi u citavoj Europi, a samo najsjevernija podrucja zimi napusta i seli u susjedna juznija podrucja.

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Wild ducks in Cuprija.

A view of wild ducks in the Ravanica river near the bridge.
The mallard (lat. Anas platyrhynchos), also known as the mallard, is a species of duck that inhabits the temperate and subtropical regions of North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Probably the best known of all ducks, she helped breed a number of domesticated ducks.
The male mallard has dark green metallic luster feathers on the head and neck with a white ring at the base. His chest is brown, and his belly and the underside of his wings are light gray. The short tail feathers are white. The two middle tail feathers are curled. The beak is yellow and serrated on the sides.
The female is covered with unsightly light brown and dark brown feathers that have a protective role. The orange short legs have wide webbing webs between the toes.
It flies very fast and swims well. It grows up to 58 centimeters in length. It inhabits the densely overgrown banks of watercourses and lakes, ponds and marshes, and in winter it is along the overgrown banks of river estuaries. It feeds on plant food, but also eats aquatic insects, frogs and fish.
It builds a sheltered nest on the ground next to water, often in the area of ​​a tree or in a hollow. The female lays up to 13 light green eggs, on which she sits and later takes care of the little rats. It lives all over Europe, and only leaves the northernmost areas in the winter and moves to the neighboring southern areas.

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