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Meet the five little ducklings who are blissfully unaware of the big part they play for their wider species.

These critically endangered Laysan Teal ducklings were born at the London Wetland Centre on 4 May.

The ducklings are the offspring of a two-year old female and 11-month-old male who are both part of the centre’s living collection.

Living Collections keeper at London Wetland Centre, Luca Montessori, said: “The ducks will stay with London Wetland Centre, as part of its living collection, where they will be ambassadors for their species.”

Video by Luxmy Gopal

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