I have been reading a lot of the threads on duck intro's, about putting them in separate cages to get used to eachother, never to put a ducklin in with adults, not to mach two drakes together, ect. I had four 9month old pekins but after an animal attack I am left with one slightly injured female. I went to craigs list to get what I thought was a male/female pair of pekins but ended up being a pair of muscovys (that's what I get from buying from someone just selling 'large white ducks' thinking all muscovys has some black in them). Having only ever had pekins these new HUGE ducks scare the crap out of me! As soon as I let them out of the box they flapped all over the room and were so strong I could barley hold them to put them in the pen, even got scratched all over my arms and beaten over the head with their wings. I didn't know they couldn't quack so was confused as to why they were 'huffing' at me. They seem totally people shy and do not want to come near me and were stepping all over eachother in the corner to get as far from me as possible. This is a big difference from my sweet pekins who would follow me around and sit on my lap for treats. I know the muscovys might warm up to me eventually but it is my Pekin I'm worried about. They are in pens next to eachother and she constantly quacks and acts like she wants to be with them (she hates being alone) but they totally ignore her. I am afraid they would injure her further both physically and mentally if I had them face to face. what should I do? Just sell them and get more Pekins? wait it out? let them face off?