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An animal figure, that depending on perspective, could either look like a duck or a rabbit. The figure appears as a duck or as a rabbit but never both at the same time.

RABBIT-DUCK FIGURE: "Carolyn liked to draw rabbit-duck figures to amuse her niece."

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