Indianapolis installs tiny ramps to save ducklings from drowning!

                                                                                                                  

 Indianapolis is taking care of its ducks. Officials there said four small, wooden ramps were installed in the downtown canal to help ducklings escape the water without drowning. The city said the ramps, made from wood and insulation, were installed near the Canal Street Apartments downtown after animal advocates said baby ducks and geese were dying because they were unable to make it over the high cement ledges around the canal. The move received praise from animal groups, including People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

 
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