Yep. I can prove it too. Some paparazzi recently took this:
Just kidding. I've been illustrating a few of the more interesting sentences like this as a thank you to the Duolingo community for helping people like us with courses like these. Look forward to more as yo practice.
They are only to be rivaled by their turtles:
(I'll change it to a duck when I get around to making it.)
Easy: It's the same way you distinguish between mand (man) and mænd (men), but in fact with "and" (duck) you also add the plural "-er": en and (a duck), to ænder (two ducks).
En ands avis (a duck's newspaper); To ænders avis (a newspaper belonging to a pair of ducks).
It's been five months and maybe you've learned this by now, but I thought I'd take a stab at explaining. :)
There was a gambling game that I saw at a fair once years ago. For the game, they had a small area of land marked off in squares. There was a little duck in that area of land that was waddling around in there. People had placed bets on what squares they thought the duck was going to leave duck droppings. I don't remember what the name of the game was, but it was very exciting to them.