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Ducks, Swordfish, and Contrarians?

Published on 4/18/2019
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Police round up ducklings on California highway

April 18 (UPI) --Police in California were filmed scrambling on the shoulder of a busy highway to round up a wayward duck family in danger from passing cars.

The California Highway Patrol West Valley said troopers were left running back and forth on the shoulder of the 101 Freeway in Encino when the mother duck and her six ducklings wandered too close to traffic.

The troopers were filmed by witnesses as they worked to prevent the ducks from walking out in front of vehicles.

The CHP said the birds were rounded up successfully and taken to the California Wildlife Center in Calabasas.

No word on if the SWAT Team was deployed or if Encino was declared a Sanctuary city for ducks.

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Florida fishing boat captain reels in 757-pound swordfish

April 18 (UPI) --A Florida fishing boat captain shared video of his latest catch: a 757-pound swordfish that could be a new state record.

Capt. Nick Stanczyk posted a video to YouTube showing scenes from his fishing trip off the coast of Islamorada, in the Florida Keys.

The video shows Stanczyk landing a 757-pound swordfish. 

The captain said it took about eight hours to reel the fish in, and it took seven people to haul the massive fish off the boat.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission lists the state record for a swordfish at 612 pounds, meaning Stanczyk's catch might be a new record.

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