Winter blues getting you down? This clip of a duck playing a drum is guaranteed to cheer you up in 11 seconds or less. We’re impressed with the beats he’s able to lay down with his webbed feet. Can’t get enough? Check out ducky’s encore performance here.
Today we learned that ducks like peas. Watch as Pepé and Arnold, a friendly duo of water birds, attack a bowl of the green veggies like it was their last meal ever before being served up a l’Orange. Also, ducks have some really foul fowl mouths.
Each day, hundreds of Indian Runner ducks make their way to their day jobs – eating snails that might otherwise damage crops at South Africa’s Vergenoegd vineyard. Benny Hill version here. Original footage via Reuters.
(PG-13 Language) It seems as if ducks are the newcats on the internet. The latest clip to go viral is this hilarious Vine in which both the waterfowl and the exclamation work together in perfect harmony.
While there were many doubters that the screams of The Duck Army were in some way faked, Mythbusters’ Adam Savage did what he does best, and proved that the horrifying wails are real. And they’re spectactular.
If you think the sound one squeaky toy makes is annoying, watch and listen to what happens when a whole lot of them rise up after being squeezed by some mischief maker. And yes, this should be the new THX Intro.
Jack Saranthat was driving through central Thailand when he came across a massive flock (or is it a badelynge) of ducks crossing the road in front of him. Honestly, it’s like one of those scenes with the zombies in World War Z.
A few days ago, a flock of about 50 ducks wandered into a CVS store in Saratoga Springs, NY. We can only imagine they stopped in to pick up some popcorn and a kiddie pool. Also: Swiffers don’t work on feathers.
Dear ducks… if you must cross the road, we suggest doing it on a quiet country byway, and not in the middle of an active IndyCar practice round. Thanks mostly to the skill of the drivers, momma and babies came out unscathed.