I just got three new ducklings from the same farm (a black Swedish, blue Swedish, and a Muscovy.) They were raised together in the same brooder and pen. They are about 2 to 3 weeks old. When I got them home I took them out of the box and the Muscovy immediately attacked me. I thought maybe it was scared from the car ride and I put them in their habitat. But then the Muscovy started to attack the other ducklings it grew up with. It grabbed the black Swedish duckling by the neck and twisted. I had to pull it off before it could do serious damage. The black Swedish was fine because I got it off fast enough. But the Muscovy bit me so hard I started bleeding. I put it in a seperate area for the night and tried to introduce it again in the morning. This time it was good for 10 minutes and was even cuddling with the other ducklings. But then for no reason it stopped cuddling and bit the blue Swedish ducklings wing and started clamping down and twisting again. The poor blue Swedish was crying and I pulled the Muscovy off again. I don't want to put it back in with the sweet ducklings. This duckling just seems to always be angry and vicious. Every time I try to give it food or water or pick it up it viciously bites me and huffs and hisses. I contacted the farm and they told me they would rather not take it back. Is there any way I can calm it down? I tried mealworms, lettuce, saying no, tapping beak, holding beak closed for second while saying no. It just keeps attacking everything. It even attacks the water bottle when I am pouring water into its bowl. I never had a problem like this with my Pekins. I read sometimes adult moscovys can be aggressive but this is a tiny baby. Is it possible this duck is just insane? I don't want it to be alone but I can't risk it trying to kill the other ducklings. What can I do?