Odd Duck, walks very upright.
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Apart from showing, the breed is a laying breed, rather than meat. (Domestic ducks actually produce more eggs than chickens).
Have seen them more than once used instead of sheep for herding demonstrations at country fairs.
Although it may not obviously look like it, the Indian Runner Duck is a breed of Mallard.
I remember an uncle of mine used to keep a very similar looking duck when I was very young. They lay blue eggs, I believe?
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The huge bulk of all domestic ducks usually lay white/very pale cream eggs, but individual birds may lay greenish or bluish eggs. In the case of runners, most birds lay greenish or bluish eggs.
Lat/Lng: 51.362154868798, 0.033372044563293
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