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Rubber Duckie World Expedition

Saturday, July 21, 2007


They were toys destined only to bob up and down in nothing bigger than a child's bath - but so far they have floated halfway around the world. And these bunches of rubber ducks are going to land on British shores after 15 years of journey. How interesting hehe.

Perhaps this is the arrangement of mishap turning into something of a fortunate incident. The cargo ship carrying the cargo met with a storm and the box was damaged causing the rubber ducks (there's turtle and frogs too) to be spilled into the sea. One good deed was that they help scientist to study the ocean current! [More news]

Sometimes I wonder what Gaia really arranges for us.

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