Find the second duck

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    It is in there somewhere in the mob of gulls
     
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    Silly boy, it's a 'mob' of kangaroos or meerkats, and a 'flock' of seagulls. :lmao:



    Poor duck... he must've ducked under the water to escape.
     
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    I feel like that some nights when im shooting live bands, and the mosh pit moves to the front of the stage...


    Poor guy.


    Great photo! :)
     
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    So nice to be called a boy after all those years! Old boy - yes!

    A flock of birds often mob one of a different species - starlings and blackbirds mob magpies in the field behind my "yard.
     

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