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Tadorna tadorna (Anatidae) - Nahrungsaufnahme

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Title
Tadorna tadorna (Anatidae) - Nahrungsaufnahme
Alternative Title
Tadorna tadorna (Anatidae) - Ingestion of Food
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License
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Identifiers
IWF Signature
E 314
Publisher
Release Date
1960
Language
Silent film
Producer
Rittinghaus, Hans
Production Year
1958

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IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 29 m ; SW, 3 min

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Abstract
Die Brandente lebt vorwiegend im Wattenmeer. Sie beherrscht mehrere Praktiken zur Nahrungsaufnahme, unter anderem das "Trampeln" und "Schnattern". Beim "Schnattern" wird durch kurzfristiges Öffnen und Schließen des Schnabels Schlammwasser durchgepreßt und nach Nahrungspartikeln filtriert.
The common shelduck lives in the mud flats. It practises several kinds of feeding, among other "trampling" and "gabbling". In "gabbling" mud water is filtrated for food particles by short opening and closing of the beak.
Keywords Ente / Brandente Brandgans Brandente Tadorna tadorna Trampeln Nahrungsaufnahme / Anseriformes ingestion / Anseriformes trampling Tadorna tadorna Common Shelduck Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Anseriformes - Gänsevögel Aves - Vögel Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates aves - birds anseriformes - waterfowl and screamers (anseres) biology
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