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Stampede of 5,000 Ducklings Race to Be First to Float in a Pond [VIDEO]

Watch this stampede of fuzzy ducklings as they race each other to be the first to float in a pond in China. 

What a stampede of cuteness!

5,000 ducklings run toward a pond in China and it is nothing short of adorable.

This is one stampede I wouldn’t be afraid to be in the middle of.

The duckling stampede was filmed at a duck farm in Jiangsu Province in China.

According to The Telegraph, letting day-old ducklings race to the river is a method that duck farmers use too improve appetite and get them accustomed to water.

Judging by the excited crowd, it is quite the spectacle.

I think that little girl will remember the duckling migration for the rest of her life.

As 5,000 ducklings are seemingly set free from some kind of pagoda, they race each other to be the first ones to float serenely in the pond. Once they are all in the water, and start to calm down, it is pretty great to see them all floating together.

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Stampede of 5,000 Ducklings Race to Be First to Float in a Pond [VIDEO]