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Gypsy photo courtesy of KarenFayeth.
… ah, the humans figured it’s “Toulouse” as in France, where they might also be raised for fois gras. And so it is:
The Toulouse is a breed of domesticated goose originating near Toulouse, France. It is a large bird, with a weight of up to 9 kg,and is known for its ponderous appearance and large dewlaps. The original grey coloured breed is a very old one and the name has been recorded back as far as 1555. The breed was first brought to the United Kingdom by Lord Derby in 1840, who imported some of them toEngland, and from then onwards the French Toulouse were used as breeding stock with the consequence that by 1894, English breeders had produced a massive bird. The ‘Toulouse’ in France, although kept in greater numbers, have never quite equaled such weights. MORE Wikipedia
Photographs both courtesy of Wikipedia. The top on is in public domain.
The second photo – a Toulouse goose and domestic duck – was taken at Toulouse Goose & Duck at Deen City Farm, Marton, London by Jim from London under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.