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The Yellow-billed Pintail is a widespread species in South America, where it inhabits lakes and wetlands of agricultural areas and the Pampas. It is also found in coastal lagoons and smaller reservoirs. Its name comes from the middle tail feather, which is pointed and clearly elongated. The Yellow-billed Pintail feeds on aquatic plants and duckweed. Incubation of the 4–5 eggs lasts 25 to 26 days.