White swan with cygnets
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Schleich White swan with cygnets (Cygnus olor)
Mute swans really know how to defend themselves. During breeding season, one should not get too close to them. Global Home: Worldwide
Worldwide Primary Habitat: Domesticated
With a span of up to 2.40 metres and a weight of up to 13 kilograms, mute swans rank among the largest birds able to fly. These birds, with bright-white feathers, owe their name to the fact that they are less vocal than other swan species. As part of their rearing behaviour, at times the female mute swan takes her chicks on her back in order to protect them.