Egyptian Goose Animal Pictures

Alopochen aegyptiacus

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The most distinctive feature of a Egyptian goose is a "mask" around the eye area.

The most distinctive feature of a Egyptian goose is a
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The most distinctive feature of a Egyptian goose is a "mask" around the eye area.

Egyptian Goose swimming in water. These birds have a natural range around the Nile River.

Egyptian Goose swimming in water. These birds have a natural range around the Nile River.
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Egyptian Goose swimming in water. These birds have a natural range around the Nile River.

The Egyptian Goose has a heavy build resembling a goose when flying.

The Egyptian Goose has a heavy build resembling a goose when flying.
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The Egyptian Goose has a heavy build resembling a goose when flying.

Egyptian Goose on the green grass. The mostly brown coloring helps this bird blend in with the grass in river areas.

Egyptian Goose on the green grass. The mostly brown coloring helps this bird blend in with the grass in river areas.
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Egyptian Goose on the green grass. The mostly brown coloring helps this bird blend in with the grass in river areas.

Egyptian goose new born babies birds in a park during spring season.

Egyptian goose new born babies birds in a park during spring season.
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Egyptian goose new born babies birds in a park during spring season.

Egyptian Goose isolated on white.

Egyptian Goose isolated on white.
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Egyptian Goose isolated on white.