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It used to be the only Tyrannotitan skin with more than two animations. They are preys to many predators like big birds, crocodiles, snakes, foxes, etc. Tyrannotitan has a white underbelly, whose pattern connects to the white of the head. The non-breeding male looks like the female. These ducks are given the name due to their quality of perching on trees. They have a different technique to fly.

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They are often found in inland water sources. They have long claws on their toes. Wood Duck. Aix sponsa Region: Caribbean and North America Female: Yellow and white eye-ring, a stripe running back from the eye and a gray body. Breeding male is chestnut and green with white stripes. Non-breeding male resembles the female but without the white eye-ring. Mandarin Duck. Aix galericulata Region: Asia, Europe, and North America Female: Gray body, white eye-ring and a stripe running back from the eye, a pale bill with a white tip.

Red green face, purple breast with two white lines, and two orange lines at the back. Muscovy Duck. Cairina moschata Region: North, Central and South America. Black or white body and red skin on the beak and near the eyes. A bufflehead walking on water. A scaup diving.

Diving ducks belong to the subfamily Aythyinae. These ducks dive in the water completely to get food. These feed on snails and other insects.

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Their body is designed in a different way. They have legs located near the rear side, which help them swim underwater. They also have smaller wings that reduces their weight while under the water. They have a different technique to fly.

They can't fly by jumping off the water. They have to walk or hop on water until they can finally fly. Also, diving ducks are mostly found in deep waters where it is seen that the ducks often float low where only their neck and little bit of their back is seen. Aythya valisineria Region: Brown head, neck and breasts; black bill and grayish-brown upper parts.

Chestnut head and neck; and white back with lines like a canvas. Common Merganser Goosander. Mergus merganser Region: The female and the non-breeding male have reddish-brown head, gray back and underparts, and a white neck. Black body and a white neck. Hooded Merganser. Lophodytes cucullatus Region: Brown body darker on top , brown eyes, and reddish head with crest.

Black head, white side patch, black back, red-brown sides, white breast with a black stripe and yellow eyes. Aythya americana Region: Asia and North America Female: Brown body, dark blue bill tipped with black and white ring around the eyes. Red neck, black breasts, blue bill and yellow eyes. Ring-necked Duck. Aythya collaris Region: North America and rare in South America and Europe.

Brown body with gray-brown head, white ring near the tip of the bill and a white ring around the eyes. Shiny black body with gray sides and white ring near the tip of the bill. Ruddy Duck. Oxyura jamaicensis Region: Europe and America Female: Gray face, gray-brown body and darker cheek and bill.

Rust-red body, white face, black cap and neck with a blue bill. Lesser Scaup. Aythya affinis Region: America and Asia Appearance: Rounded head, yellow eyes, and bluish bill. Dark brown head and back, white above the bill and light brown breast. Almost black with white sides and gray back with lines. Greater Scaup. Aythya marila Region: More rounded heads and larger bills than the lesser scaup.

Dark brown head and back, light brown breasts, and white above the bill. Black with white sides and gray back with lines. Sea ducks belong to the Merginae subfamily. As the name suggests, these are found in marine waters, but they are said to be diving ducks because of their diving quality.

Some sea ducks can tolerate seawater because they have developed salt glands. Common Goldeneye. Bucephala clangula Region: Europe and northern part of North America Female: Brown head, light gray breasts, gray back and tail, and black bill. Black back, white underparts, oval white spots on cheek and back and a black bill.

Barrow's Goldeneye. Bucephala islandica Region: Iceland and northern part of North America Female: Brown head, gray back and tail, light gray breasts, yellow bill, and yellowish eyes. Black back, white underparts, white spots on cheek and back, golden eyes and a black bill. Common Eider. Somateria mollissima Region: Asia, Europe and North America Female: Brown in color Male: Black and white body with a green nape.

King Eider. Somateria spectabilis Region: Mottled brown and a white arc above the eye. A multicolored head, white body, and black belly. Surf Scoter. Melanitta perspicillata Region: Europe and North America Female: Brown with pale head patch. Black body with white nape and forehead along with a beautiful orange, white, black bill. Long-tailed duck Oldsquaw.

Clangula hyemalis Region: Asia, Europe and north coasts of North America. Winter females have white head and neck with a dark crown. Summer females have brown upper parts and light wings. Winter males have a white head and neck with a dark cheek patch.

Summer males have a dark neck, wings and breasts, dark head with white face, and a dark gray bill with a pink band. Harlequin Duck. Histrionicus histrionicus Region: Greenland and North America Female: Brownish-gray upper body and gray lower body with few spots on the head. Males have white marks on the head, breast, and back. It has a blue-back head and chestnut sides. Bucephala albeola Region: Grayish-brown, darker upper part, and oval white behind the eye.

Black on front of the neck and back, white on backside of neck, breast, and underparts. They belong to the subfamily Dendrocygninae. As the name suggests, they have this unique whistling call. These birds have long necks and legs. Fulvous Whistling Duck. Dendrocygna bicolor Region: Africa, South Asia and America Appearance: Gray bill, wings and back; dark line down the neck, reddish-tinge on the flanks and a buffhead.

Black-bellied Whistling Duck. It has red claws, that glow like its eyes. The spikes increase in size as they get to the base of its body. Its teeth are completely red and also jagged in and out of its mouth. Its eyes are glowing red soulless looking eyes. The chickensaurus mutated into a giant dinosaur-like bird.

A feathered variant. Slightly larger and with a beak. It used to be the only Tyrannotitan skin with more than two animations. It resembles a chicken and is one of the dinosaurs most used by ChickenEngineer. However, it can barely climb due to the old model.

It shares this with other Tyrannotitan skins such as the Classic Tyrannotitan and the old Dark Plague Tyranotitan, which some players will remember, depending on when they joined. It is feathered in tan dark yellow feathers. It's arms, beak, and legs are all golden yellow in color. Its arms were covered in mostly feathers while its legs were bare. It has a red gull, tiny red mohawk on the top of its head, and red patched eyes.

One of its eyes which is its left has a scar over it, making the pupil white instead of black unlike its the right side of its eye. It is likely that it is blind in that very eye. Information The Precursor skin for the Tyrannotitan was a skin that was recently added and resembles a robotic Tyrannotitan. It was released upon the same update that introduced the Glass Eggs , Euoplocephalus , Utahraptor , Titanosaurus and Saurophaganax remodels.

As of right now, it costs 35, DNA and will most likely stay on sale. It is mostly a blackish color and has a neon purple mouth, as well as neon details throughout its body. It has emerald green eyes as well as multiple large spikes and horns on its neck and head which are a purple color, they are made from a mirror-like material.

These spikes gradually get smaller until they are like an Ankylosaurid's armor, running down the bringer's back and tail. Its claws are made from the same substance as the spikes and it has armor which is yet again the same substance on the side of its thighs.

It also has a large array of spikes at the end of its tail. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Appearance It has a white head with a football streak mark from each eye to the jaw think of a cheetah across its face, and has a light brown or tan body, presumably covered with dino-fuzz.

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Aythya marila Region: Harlequin Duck. Ruddy Duck. Information The Precursor skin for the Tyrannotitan was a skin that was recently added and resembles a robotic Tyrannotitan. Penguin's Life Cycle. Somateria spectabilis Region: Anas carolinensis Region: Wood Duck.

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