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Post  HeatherT Sat 28 Mar - 15:21

As the self appointed group Swanologist, I have noticed differences in the flock of coloured swans I have...here is an example..study the height of the body behind the head and the feather pattern on the tips of the wings...

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and even these medium swans both marked 2147

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Post  Ev Sat 28 Mar - 16:49

Moulds only have a limited lifespan....
they wear out and then have to be remade...
different mould makers perhaps... ??
Well done on picking up on that though Ms Swanologist :feather:
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