Swan goose

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(Zool.) a bird of India (Cygnopsis cygnoides) resembling both the swan and the goose.

See also: Swan

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Preliminary research of Swan Geese (Anser cygnoides) wintering ecology during 2008/2009 at Shengjin Lake, Anhui Provience, China.
I didn't get a lot of support for my proposal" Jeremy Corbyn on the Shropshire grammar school he attended "Two of the best roles I have ever had have happened in my late 40s - so I can't complain at a time when most actresses are disappearing and becoming invisible, I am becoming visible" Actress Sarah Lancashire, below, saying it is too early to celebrate gender equality in the TV industry "It was one thing for me, a former politician, to become for a short period of time a TV star, it was quite another thing for the American people to elect a reality TV star as president of the US" Ex-Labour MP and Strictly star Ed Balls "Swan geese are able to fly far and safely through winds and storms because they move in flocks and help each other as a team.
In East Asia, swan geese and northern pintails migrate along at least two flyways, the researchers discovered.