A bird sanctuary in England has the last remaining female of a rare duck species named Cherry. In order to prevent the extinction of this rare species called the Blue Ducks, keepers at the bird sanctuary have been trying to get one of the two remaining male ducks to mate with the Cherry. However, that plan backfired when the two male Blue Ducks fell for each other.
Centre warden Paul Stevens said he was disappointed that efforts to produce new Blue Duck offspring had failed but said the two male birds made "a lovely couple".
"They stay together all the time, parading up and down their enclosure and whistling to each other as a male might do with a female he wants to mate with," he said.
"People who visit the centre think they're a fantastic couple, without really coming around to the idea that they are two males.
Cherry must be one fugly duck. The other ducks would rather turn gay and face extinction than mate with her. That, people, is hilarious.
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