Barbarie duck is a French exclusive duck breed. The first discovery of Barbarie Duck was in South America during the Inca Period. When Christopher Columbus discovered American Continent in middle ages, he brought the Barbarie ducks back to Europe. Nowadays over 95% of Barbarie ducks are bred in France, the Latin name is Carina Moschota. They are able to live in extremely cold weather (-12℃), they could be easily recognized because of their red bills. They have been lived in wild for a long time, they have large bodies, longer breeding time and mature, large down clusters.