In England, Ducks Get Their Own Walking Lanes

Ducks in their own lane
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Walkways along the waterside in England get a lot of traffic from pedestrians, bicyclists — and waterfowl. Now, the group that preserves more than 2,000 miles of waterways, the Canal River & Trust, has a temporary solution for those who move at a waddling speed: exclusive lanes for the ducks. The lanes are marked with a silhouette of a duck and #sharethespace, and are separated from the main route by a white line. It encourages awareness among the humans — but there’s no word yet on whether the ducks are sticking to their lane. — Read it at the Huffington Post


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