The Float Test on Duck Eggs?

CarleeAnn

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“Just fill a bowl with cold water and place your eggs in the bowl. If they sink to the bottom and lay flat on their sides, they're very fresh. If they're a few weeks old but still good to eat, they'll stand on one end at the bottom of the bowl. If they float to the surface, they're no longer fresh enough to eat.”

Would this still work with duck eggs? I know the same principles apply because it has to do with gas and air, but does the thicker egg shell interfere with accuracy of the test?
 
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