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    Some farmers are ready to communicate with their pets and other animals not only while working on the ground but also while resting and swimming.

    A funny video shows a man swimming in a river when a paddling of ducklings with their mom decided to use his back as a slightly strange, but reliable and comfortable raft.

    The ducks follow the man as he swims in circles and follows him out of the water. The video, allegedly filmed in China, has gone viral on social media networks.

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