Duck Breast A L’Orange?

Well, for this week’s connection I tried to find pictures of real ducks with a fancy breast to tie in to Amaretto Ducks, but this is the best I could do. Colorful, but not exactly the same. Although these make me drool to think of them in Amaretto Ducks right? Not exactly a Barnyard staple but who cares?

Let’s face it, for this trait Amaretto came up with an original idea not connected in any way to real life ducks. That’s right, it was the Batty Bosom!

On Dec.4, 2018 Amaretto released 2018 Gacha Edition Emoji Ducks! Hiding in these ducks were the first 3 Batty Bosoms based on Emoji symbols, Chuckle, Specs and Oopsy Poopsy. If you know anything about real ducks, you know how appropriate the Oopsy Poopsy Batty bosom is. Let’s just say they aren’t housebroken.

On Nov.4, 2019 Amaretto announced the release of the first ever Armistice Day Edition Animals! The hidden surprise in the 2019 Armistice Day – Poppy was the Batty Bosom Poppy! Artificial poppies are frequently handed out to people on Armistice Day. It is strongly linked with Armistice Day (11 November), but the poppy’s origin as a popular symbol of remembrance lies in the landscapes of the First World War. Poppies were a common sight, especially on the Western Front

On July 4th, 2019 Amaretto released a random drop for the Ducks Batty Bosom Liberty, in honor of America’s holiday

And on Mar.13, 2021 Amaretto celebrated spring with the release of 2021 Spring Kirin Animals! These ducks were hiding Batty Bosom Bloom! It’s a lovely pink flower heart.

The Batty Bosom trait does have the ability to pass. Maybe you can turn in suggestions for new Batty Bosoms. Quack and Happy Breeding


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