The image of ducks with lovely fluffy hair is becoming the talk of animal-loving communities.
Many people also compare them with the image of a wig of George Washington or aristocrats of the 18th century. The duck suddenly floats like alcohol, becoming a topic of photo processing of netizens.
However, few people know that it is that ruffled hair that makes the ducks known as the "most handsome" in the world go through painful life, difficult unintended.
The ruffled hair appearing on duck heads is a manifestation of a genetic defect from their parents.
Ruffled ducks are native to East Indian countries, and were brought to Europe by the Dutch. They have both father and mother with deformities. The ruffled hair appearing on duck heads is a manifestation of genetic defects from their parents , causing skull deformities, seriously affecting the duck's health. In addition to the ruffled roof, these ducks' bodies are still developing normally.
Ruffled ducklings are more likely to die from eggs. Those lucky to survive have epilepsy throughout their lives, causing a decrease in life expectancy.
Many people are concerned that the popularity of social networks will make these fluffy ducks become the target of those who like to keep strange pets. More worrying is that it is likely that these people will breed to turn "ruffled hair" ducks into pets.