Whooper Swan

Scientific name : Cygnus cygnus
Other names: Български: Поен лебед , Brezhoneg: Alarc'h kristilh , Català: Cigne cantaire , Česky: Labuť zpěvná , Dansk: Sangsvane , Deutsch: Singschwan , Esperanto: Kantocigno , Español: Cisne cantor , Eesti: Laululuik , Basque: Beltxarga oihulari , Suomi: Laulujoutsen , Français: Cygne chanteur , Magyar: Énekes hattyú , Italiano: Cigno selvatico , 日本語: オオハクチョウ , Lietuviškai: Gulbė giesmininkė , Latviešu: Ziemeļu gulbis , Nederlands: Wilde zwaan , Norsk (nynorsk): Songsvane , Norsk: Sangsvane , Polski: Łabędź krzykliwy , Português: Cisne-bravo , Русский: Лебедь-кликун , Svenska: Sångsvan , Türkçe: Ötücü kuğu , Українська: Лебідь-кликун

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Short Description

Whooper Swans have a pure white plumage and usually straight long necks. Their beak has no lump and it has a yellow wedge where the peak and cere begin, as well as a black tip. The plumage of the females ...

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