Anser anser (Greylag Goose) is a species of birds in the family Anatidae. It is associated with freshwater habitat. It is native to Gibraltar, Kuwait, Armenia, Norway, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, Laos, Bahrain, Tajikistan, United Kingdom, Croatia, Egypt, Pakistan, Denmark, Ukraine, Iraq, Greenland, Turkey, Lithuania, India, the Netherlands, Hungary, Nepal, Libya, Japan, Switzerland, South Korea, Oman, Iceland, Tunisia, Liechtenstein, Algeria, Poland, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Syria, Israel, Spain, Belarus, Albania, Estonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Jordan, Moldova, Serbia And Montenegro, Czech Republic, Myanmar, Belgium, Russia, Austria, Uzbekistan, Sweden, Italy, France, Macedonia, Bangladesh, Malta, Ireland, Faroe Islands, Iran, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Kyrgyzstan, Finland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Morocco, China, Portugal, Bulgaria, Argentina, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Vietnam, Turkmenistan, Latvia, Montenegro, Germany, Bhutan, Greece, Luxembourg, Afghanistan, Cyprus, Romania, and Hong Kong. Greylag Goose is a diurnal herbivore. Individuals can grow to 4560 g. Reproduction is dioecious. Greylag Goose has parental care (occasionally breeds cooperatively). It relies on flight to move around.
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