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Mandarin duck continues to attract attention in Central Park

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New York's famed mandarin duck with its kaleidoscopic orange, brown, blue and red plumage stands out among the other ducks in a Central Park pond. The bird, which was first spotted there in October, continues to draw bird-watchers.

Added on the 27/11/2018 20:55:15 - Copyright : AFP EN

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