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Man shouts at ducks, ducks assemble,

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This Russian man has the bizarre ability to make his unruly ducks organise themselves, military-style.

http://metro.co.uk/2...-style-4821887/

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Lmao I love the lagards at the back having a bit of a look around a last peck at the dirt and then following the rest right into the barn.

That was awesome thanks SW.

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Quack attack!

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You should see his geese at marching!

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You should see his geese at marching!

If he shouts at them with that penetrating shriek l think he could make just about any creature do his bidding.

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in the movie XMEN 3, mutants had a number about their power.

like magneto was a class5 mutant.

that dude, with the super ability to control ducks, must be a mutant class 0.5

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Real Duck Commander, Phil Robertson would be jealous.

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I will be impressed when he orders them to pluck themselves before jumping into the oven.

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Got a duck one Easter when I was a kid. Difference with this duck is that he lived.

He'd swim in the tub when he was small. He knew his name (Sam) and followed us all around. He'd come when we called him.

When he grew up, we took him to the lake with letting him go being the plan. We picnicked while he swam around the lake, and he came back so we all went swimming with him. When it was time to go, he trotted out of the lake and jumped into the van with the rest of us.

We took him all the time after that.

Neighborhood cats finally got him a couple of years later.

Birds (at least ducks) are smarter than you think.

Harte

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Talk about getting all of your ducks in a row...

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Kinda what I was thinking, Harte. Our ducks followed us around and came when called like dogs. I had rabbits that were litter trained like cats too. lol

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I saw an episode of peppers, where they man had trained his goats to bug out. He would yell bug out and the goats would all load up on the trailer.

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This guy is amazing, i have problems with making only one dog obey me :(

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I bet they associate his yelling with feeding time in the barn. I had a cat that would come running out in the kitchen when I tapped on a can of cat food with a spoon.

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in the movie XMEN 3, mutants had a number about their power.

like magneto was a class5 mutant.

that dude, with the super ability to control ducks, must be a mutant class 0.5

You say that now, but what's the plan when a flock of ducks suddenly attack you at this dude's command?

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This guy must have undergo the russian sleep experiment...

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wow if someone yelled like that I would be right behind the ducks. He meant business

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