The sudden appearance of a giant rubber duck in a Maine harbor has become a big mystery to locals who live there.
The yellow duck appeared in Belfast Harbor over the weekend, and no one is taking credit for putting it there. Harbor Master Katherine Given was quoted by the “Bangor Daily News” that the 25-foot-tall duck doesn’t pose a navigational hazard, so there’s no rush to remove it.
“Everybody loves it,” Given told the Bangor Daily News. “I have no idea who owns it, but it kind of fits Belfast. A lot of people want to keep it here.”
The sudden appearance of a giant rubber duck in a Maine harbor is a whimsical whodunit that’s defied sleuths so far. Officials say the 25-foot-tall duck doesn’t pose a navigational hazard, so there’s no rush to shoo it away. https://t.co/npRSDfPnre— The Associated Press (@AP) August 18, 2021
A quaint Maine harbor added some extra whimsy to its surroundings over the weekend when a giant rubber duck appeared on the waterhttps://t.co/NqfIaVi2nv— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) August 18, 2021
Link: AP News