In a video going viral, a flock of ducks meet every day in China to go for a swim. A total of 11 ducks first gather and then call out others with their quack-quack sound. Once, all 11 are out of their homes, they move towards the river for swimming. A Twitter user called ‘shell from Florida’ shared this wonderful bond between birds. The 55-second-long video, which is giving major friendship goals to people online has been retweeted 92.6K times and liked by 195.4K users. Also Read - Yuvraj Singh Shares a Video of Cops Offering Food to a Hungry Old Man And That's The Kindness we Need Amid Coronavirus Crisis
The viral clip truly captures the essence of friendship that these birds share. As soon as the video surfaced, Twitterati was in awe of the bond they share. Also Read - UK's Chief Nurse Makes Emotional Speech Asking People to Stay Inside For Aimee And Areema, Nurses Who Died From Coronavirus
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What do you think about this friendship?
Last year, a swarm of ducks were spotted crossing the road and bringing traffic to a standstill. The video showed the traffic in Kerala’s Alappuzha city came to a halt when a flock of ducks made their way through the busy narrow streets.