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Waterfowl are among the most diverse and interesting creatures on the planet. Inhabiting every continent except Antarctica, waterfowl also come in many different colors and sizes. Which leads us to tonights quiz question. Can you name the largest and smallest waterfowl found in North America? The answers, just ahead when KSL Outdoors, powered by Ford returns.
And our question tonight is... Can you name the largest and smallest waterfowl found in North America? And here's the answer....
According to Ducks Unlimited, the female green-winged teal is the smallest of North America's waterfowl, weighing in at just six ounces. The largest is the trumpeter swan, which can tip the scales at more than 35 pounds.