Native to tropical climates, Muscovy ducks can nevertheless adapt to colder temperatures. They were intentionally introduced as a non-native species in parts of the United States to enhance the aesthetic appeal of public parks and lakes. While Muscovy ducks seem capable of peaceful coexistence with native species, scientists worry about interbreeding because it is unclear whether the offspring of interspecies mating will be able to adapt, resist disease, and survive. Aside from looking pretty, Muscovy ducks can benefit humans because they feed on irritating and destructive insects, like termites.

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