A museum was unknowingly hiding a family of ducks near Leeds inside an industrial railway cart. The Leeds Industrial Museum safely returned the flock of ducklings and their mother to their rightful place in the wild via a plastic box. Museum staff consulted with local wildlife rescue teams before making any moves to relocate the ducks to a pond.
The ducklings travelled back to a pond in style in a plastic box as their mother waddled beside them. Leeds Museums and Galleries said they took advice from a local wildlife rescue centre before moving the ducklings.