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 How are duck eggs fertilized?

Answer Ducks eggs are fertilized when ducks mate. The sperm fertilizes the eggs in the female duck's oviduct. From there, the egg travels down the oviduct with the white part of the egg forming around the... Read More »
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Do duck eggs get fertilized before laying?

Ducks reproduce using internal fertilization, which means the egg is fertilized before it is laid. The sperm and the egg meet inside the reproductive tract of the female duck and create a fertilize... Read More »
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What do you call identical twins that develop from two different eggs that are fertilized by different sperm?

That isn't possible: if the twins are from two different eggs, fertilized by different sperm, then they will not be identical. It's genetically impossible.
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How big are duck eggs?

Duck eggs are roughly the same size as chicken eggs. This allows for easy substitutions in recipes that call for eggs. Some people who are allergic to chicken eggs are not allergic to duck eggs, b... Read More »
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Can you eat Rouen duck eggs?

Rouen duck can be eaten, according to the University of Minnesota. Rouen ducks are a popular breed found on farms. Like all ducks, the eggs of the Rouen are saved for eating and to hatch.References... Read More »
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