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'''हंसस्'''तत्महापक्षिनानां गणः। ग्रीष्मे हंसा उत्तरेषु क्षेत्रेषु वसन्ति तथापि हिमे दक्षिणान्पतन्ति। पक्षिणस्तुलासन्न 2-3 क.ग. अस्ति। हंसा जलस्य परि वसन्ति जलस्य वीरुध्य​ऽदन्ति च​।
The swans are the largest members of the waterfowl family Anatidae, and are among the largest flying birds. The largest species, including the mute swan, trumpeter swan, and whooper swan, can reach a length of over 1.5 m (60 inches) and weigh over 15 kg (33 pounds). Their wingspans can be almost 3 m (10 ft). Compared to the closely related geese, they are much larger and have proportionally larger feet and necks.[2] Adults also have a patch of unfeathered skin between the eyes and bill. The sexes are alike in plumage, but males are generally bigger and heavier than females.
 
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The Northern Hemisphere species of swan have pure white plumage but the Southern Hemisphere species are mixed black and white. The Australian black swan (Cygnus atratus) is completely black except for the white flight feathers on its wings; the chicks of black swans are light grey. The South American black-necked swan has a white body with a black neck.
 
The legs of swans are normally a dark blackish grey colour, except for the two South American species, which have pink legs. Bill colour varies: the four subarctic species have black bills with varying amounts of yellow, and all the others are patterned red and black. Although most birds generally do not have teeth, swans are known to be an exception to this, having small jagged 'teeth' as part of their beaks used for catching and eating fish. The mute swan and black-necked swan have a lump at the base of the bill on the upper mandible
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