Because ducks love the rain.
cos thay like water
Hmm, i think it is because ducks like rain.
ducks love water!
Because not only do ducks like water but apparently, ducks also like it when it rains... =)
Because it fills up the lakes and wetlands that ducks inhabit.
cause ducks love water
Because ducks have waterproof feathers so it's like water of a duck's back when it rains.
Because everytime it rains, ducks, who are the original creators of the umbrella receive a royalty for every open umbrella.
Because ducks like that kind of weather.
ducks like water.
rain is water.
Ducks have water resistant feathers. They don't get soaked when it rains.
Because ducks like water
ducks = water = wet
A duck has water-proof feathers. There is a special gland called the 'Preen Gland' near the duck's tail. Without this protective barrier, a duck's feathers would become water-logged and because they spend their whole lives around and in water, this water-proof barrier is extremely important. Beneath the water-proof coat are fluffy and soft feathers which keep the duck warm. Hence the term weather for Ducks
Ever heard the term..'water off a ducks back'
Well I guess thats why! Ducks don't care cos they have waterproof coats..Plus they live near water...So they love it.
Because ducks like water
because ducks love the rain. actually they love water in any situation. they have an oily substance in their feathers that prevents water from getting their bodies wet. that is why you will see them in the rain, swimming on lakes and in water anywhere. i like them. i think they are very cute, especially the baby ones. i like kd's answer above me . i got a good laugh from it.
maybe because they like the water
Ducks have a kind of natural waterproofing on their feathers. Since this means the rain doesn't affect them, hence also the saying 'water off a duck's back', they seem to enjoy the wet weather a lot more than we do. It's really just because the other species - including humans - tend to get more downhearted than the ducks in rainy weather.
Ducks' feathers are water-proof.
It rains which is water ducks live in water therefore weather for ducks when it rains
It stems from America from the flying expression indicating ceiling zero, coined from the phrase,'The weather is so bad even the birds are walking.' Ducks appear to walk on water. Hence,'weather for ducks' is a natural extension of that phrase.
Because ducks like water.
Because rain is water, and ducks love water. Their feathers are waterproof. Humans, on the other hand, do not have the advantage of waterproof feathers, and must seek shelter. That is why they would say, it is "weather for ducks" when it rains.
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