The Magpie Goose is neither a magpie (ie a crow) or a true goose. It belongs to the family Anseranatidae and the genus Anseranas - and it is the only living species of bird that is classified in that way. It is not considered to be a 'true goose' as it has primitive features - but that's about as far down this taxonomic rabbit hole as I am prepared to go tonight!
These birds were photographed in the Northern Territory of Australia - the park images in Darwin and the wetland images in Kakadu National Park.
As a side challenge - how many (and what) other species can you find in these pictures!
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