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Duck is a domesticated, and clumsy tomboyish duck and is one of Little Bear's friends. She is the deuteragonist of Little Bear, one of the four deuteragonists of Little Bear and a supporting character in The Little Bear Movie. She is voiced by Tracy Ryan.

Her first appearance on the television series was in the episode "Hide and Seek".

Her last appearance was in the episode "A Houseboat for Duck" for the television series. And her final major appearance was in The Little Bear Movie.


Slow and smart at the same time, Duck is one who gets herself into comical situations. She is mostly of all: Clumsy and tomboyish at all time.


She lives in a nest, although in one episode, she expressed longing for a house and tried to live in a house boat. It floated downriver filled with frogs and Duck lived happily in her nest. She technically lives with Little Bear at his house too sometimes during some seasons and she's even part of Little Bear's family even though she just a friend of his.


Duck has yellow feathers, an orange beak, orange webbed feet and a long neck, making her somewhat similar to a goose.

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  • Duck was hatched in a nest of chicks, because "some eggs got mixed up", so Little Bear taught her to fly when she was a duckling.
  • Her ability is to quack.
  • Duck never had ducklings of her own, but she has been seen babysitting them, the youngest named Little Peep.
  • Duck loves playing "princess" and pretend[1].
  • Duck is voiced by Tracy Ryan.
  • Duck has only cried in two episodes: "Lucy's Okay" and "Caterpillars".
  • Duck loves Mother Bear's chocolate cake.
  • In the episode "The Wedding" she and Hen were bridesmaids in Mr. and Mrs. Skunk’s wedding, Cat walks her down the aisle and they dance together at the wedding reception.
  • In the episode "Duck Loses Her Quack" she loses her ability to quack while trying to teach Little Peep and her sisters how to quack like grownup ducks.
  • Duck is the tomboy to Hen's girly girl
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