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    Japanese guards guide the ducks to a safe place.

    Escort of Honor: Japanese Policemen Help Ducks Get out of Danger

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    A big city can be harsh, even for people. Thus, folks need to help each other out in order to function well in such close proximity. But what can animals do about it? For them, the urban environment must be a really strange and dangerous place. Luckily, there are people who can always help and protect.

    The Japanese policemen escorted a duck and her cute ducklings from the road to a safe place. With such help, the birds have a greater chance to survive – and people can be happy seeing the cute birds. What a good example of caring for others!

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