Pink-headed Duck Rhodonessa caryophyllacea Was a large diving duck that was once found in parts of the Gangetic plains of India, Bangladesh and in the riverine swamps of Myanmar but feared extinct since the 1950s Painting by Bhawani Das, of a living specimen in the collection of Lady Impey, circa 1777.
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Author: David Tipling
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