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Domestic breed developed in France

Toulouse Goose

This variety of goose was originally bred to use its liver for pate de fois gras. It is now seen in two forms: a dewlap form which is larger and used for showing and another that is smaller and lacks a dewlap which is used for meat production.

The Toulouse goose is generally a placid breed and prefers to avoid mixing with other, more aggressive, waterfowl.

DIETWaterfowl pellets and grasses
LIFE Expectancy10 years

Fun Fact
A group of storks is called a mustering.
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