What do you call a giant group of ducks? Well, that depends. If those ducks are in the water, they are most commonly referred to as a raft. In the air, they could be a flock or a skein. But what if you came across 5,000 ducks crossing the road in China?
We'd call that a traffic jam.
Apparently, a farmer in China herds his horde of feathered friends to a nearby pond every year for feeding, breeding or whatever it is that ducks need to do in the water. According to a report from CBS News This Morning, the farmer claims he never loses a single duck. Guess he keeps them all in a row, eh?
See the spectacle by scrolling down below.