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Name: J. R. R.
Status: other
Age: 40s
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Date: 1/20/2004


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Do swans choose fresh water for swimming around or are they commonly seen floating around on seacoasts in calm weather as well?


Replies:
Native American trumpeter and tundra swans, and introduced mute swans, may be found on both fresh and salt water.

J. Elliott


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