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(This tune is called "Glarryg'samba," given to us through the Glarryg Pages. We thought it would be a nice tune to accompany a duck-like creature, at least until we can find a better one.)
The Glarryg Institute for the Propagation of Science-Related Knowledge (located in beautiful Palm Brains, Florida) has recently released its findings in conjunction with the discovery of a new species of reptile. Pictured below is a sketch of the Duck Mimic, a creature closely related to the common gecko, but which inherently resembles a duck:
The Duck Mimic is, by reptilian standards, a strange animal. In addition to being uncharacteristically omnivorous, they seem to have something of a social structure in that large groups, or "flocks," of these creatures can be seen feeding at times. The females seem to take care of their "brood" for a period until the young are old enough to fend for themselves.
The Duck Mimic is a rare creature to find, and is difficult to distinguish from a common mallard. Scientists at the Glarryg Institute for the Propagation of Science-Related Knowledge had to evaluate not only several pieces of tangible data (nesting sites, droppings, etc.), but numerous eye-witness reports as well. Below are some of the more noteworthy Duck Mimic sightings on record at the Glarryg Institute:
Contact the head of the Glarryg Institute for the Propagation of Science-Related Knowledge at