The male Mallard by the name of Trevor was regarded as the "loneliest duck in the world". She lived all alone on the small Pacific island of Niue, now she's become at the weekend, the victim of a dog attack, it was said on their Facebook page.
the Head of The local chamber of Commerce, Rae Findlay, spoke of the "sad times": he had charmed both the 1600 inhabitants "" in the year 9000 island-visitors, she told the Australian broadcaster ABC.
"Even the rooster, the chickens and the Wekaralle (a new Zealand species) had today, a bit lost, as you to almost weggetrocknete puddle walked," added Findlay.
Niue is located 2,400 kilometres northeast of new Zealand, with it by a contract of Association is connected to. The coral island has no natural ponds or wetlands.
Therefore, it was generally assumed that a storm had blown Trevor from new Zealand to the island, as he appeared a year ago, seemingly out of nowhere. According to ABC, he was in a large puddle, which was populated since then by the fire brigade on a regular basis.
The isolated coral island, Niue is located in the South Pacific, 2,400 km northeast of new Zealand. Image: Google
Trevor's unusual hermit-existence on flew, as the Deputy policy Chief of the "New Zealand Herald", Claire Trevett, discovered during a visit to the Island, that he acted as a guide in driving directions. "Someone said, 'right after the duck, turn right', and the whole story came to light," said Trevett ABC.
The name of the patron of the duck of new Zealand President Trevor Mallard - the Mallard is the English stock was duck. On Trevor's Facebook page Mallard said now, the inhabitants of Niue, on behalf of all new Zealand members his condolences to the death of the "most lonely duck in the world".
Created: 28.01.2019, 20:26 PM