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An article description of Whooper Swan as shown in picture! Scientific name (Cygnus cygnus) There are no difference in size between male and female whooper swans, they both look the same. Female and male Whooper swans will for a lifetime until one dies. The Whooper Swans in general, winters in lowland farmland near the coasts, flooded fields or lakes, feeds on shallow water and land during the day and roosts on open water at nights. Their preferred breeding habitat is wetland, and will build their nests close to water! Whooper swans waterfowls are gregarious birds. After mating both male and female help to build a nest. The female whooper swan usually lays between 5 to 7 eggs, on the occasion a female will lay up to 12 eggs. The male whooper will stand guard at the nest while the female incubates the eggs. Incubation last for 36 days before cygnets are hatched. Whooper swans cygnets will stay with the male and female whooper all during winter and sometimes whooper swan offsprings from previous years pays a visit and join up together. Whooper swans makes an awful lot of noise during a fighting match with each other.
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