Crowds Enjoy Canterbury’s Annual Plastic Duck Race

Crowds lined the banks of the River Stour in Canterbury, England, Sunday, September 19, to watch the annual plastic duck race.

4,000 yellow ducks floated down the river in a fundraising event held by the local Rotary Club. Each duck is sponsored for £1 ($1.37) with the sponsor of the winning duck scooping a cash prize of £250 ($343).

The money raised goes to local and international causes.

(Reuters)

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