Even in the depths of the Arctic winter, Common Goldeneyes stay a toasty 105 degrees inside their dense feathers. Their challenge is to prevent all that warmth from escaping into the icy water through their naked legs and big, webbed feet.Watch a scene from “An Original DUCKumentary” which premieres November 14 at 8/7c (check local listings).
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