The most fearless baby ducklings ever.

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  1. Kent Brockman

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    The most fearless baby ducklings ever.
    [ame="http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=581_1236064812"]LiveLeak.com - The most fearless baby ducklings ever.[/ame]
     
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    Extreme ducks lol!
     
  3. humberto

    Hey little buddy

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    resilient little buggers. It is cute though.
     
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    AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWZ
     
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    Wood ducks are cool.










    And delicious.
     
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    I couldn't stop laughing watching that :lol:
     
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    Loving the slow motion base jumping :lol:
     
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    That is pretty wild.
     
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    mmmmmmmmm tender chicken
     
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    Ducks not chickens.
     
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    Thats what i ment. Wtf?

    mmmmmmmmmmm....tenderised duck
     
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    Wood duck is seriously excellent. None of that oily duckyness like other kinds of ducks.
     
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    How are they not dead?
     
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    The wood ducks I had were way less gamey / oily and very delish
     
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    They're not exactly heavy... Plus the stretched themselves out pretty flat to get maximum resistance.

    It's kinda cool they instinctually bellyflop into the ground. Otherwise they'd probably injure their legs.
     
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    om nom nom

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    This happened at my cottage two or three springs ago. We heard this sorta squealing/cheeping noise coming from a big maple tree next to our cottage. I checked it out and the little buggars (baby ducks, actually) were trying to squeeze out through a crack in the tree, not the main nest hole.I got a ladder and thought that I would help but there wasn't anything that I could do so I called a neighbor for advice. While I was on the phone they found their way out - 8 of them came popping out, just like in the video and headed for the water. What we didn't realize was that there were already 5 down by the water and these guys joined up with their siblings and mama duck and off they went! Pretty amazing to see.
     
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    Awwww....Duckeh
     
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    The baby hawks need to learn from the baby ducks then, because every year we seen at least 1-3 baby hawks dead at my parents cottage, they fall out at the nest pertty much every year.
     
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    When the hawk falls out of the nest it is fucked because the mamma hawk is not there to feed it and the little buzzards can't feed themselves and starve to death.
     
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    I like the one duck (I think his name was Gary) that while all his bros jumped over the log, he just walked under it. I am that duck.
     

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