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Quack your way around with the Duck emoji! This emoji shows a duck facing left. The duck is a Mallard duck, the most common duck in North America. It has white, brown, and dark green feathers, yellow webbed feet, and a beak.

This emoji is used mostly in its direct meaning, to represent ducks, both real-life and fictional versions. Yup, the Duck emoji can also refer to famous cartoon characters like Daffy Duck and Donald Duck! This also works if you’d like to talk about the duck featured in the famous Sesame Street “Rubber Ducky Song.”

Unfortunately, the concept of a rubber duck emoji, or yellow duck emoji, for that matter, is still on the drawing board. Same thing can be said for the “duck face,” a popular facial expression made by pressing one’s lips together. Many selfie lovers will definitely be happy once a duck face emoji comes out!

In addition, the duck emoji is generally used in reference to birds that are unable to fly, but may also be used to describe birds in general. This is definitely good news for avid avian enthusiasts who are free to use the emoji to represent whatever bird they like!

So, if you’re retweeting or reposting a photo or viral video of a group of ducks, to make your post cuter and more engaging to look at, use duck emojis in the caption. You can also do it while posting duck memes, or gifs.

🦆 Duck is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 which was introduced in 2016.

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Duck Emoji History

Duck Emoji is created in the year 2016.

Duck Emoji Unicode Data