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Will Swimming Pool Water Harm Duck Eggs?

Can ducks sitting on eggs swim or bath in a pool? Can that damage the eggs?

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January 15, 20170 found this helpful

Yes, the chemicals used in the swimming pool can technically damage the eggs.

However, when ducks come out of the pool they are surprisingly dry as their feathers are nearly waterproof. They generally fluff themselves up pretty good so they aren't dripping water on the eggs. So I think a small amount of chemicals are present but they probably don't make it through the egg's' shells.

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