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Many aspects of a duck's physical and physiological machinery are adapted to flight. Wings and feathers are clearly adaptations for flight, but other features may not be so obvious. For example, the energy requirements of flight are high. As a result, ducks and geese must have ready access to habitats with sufficient food sources, and must consume hefty volumes of food while there.Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006