One of the world's oldest mallards, Edwina, who was living as a house-duck in England has died at 22.
Edwina seems like an awfully sweet little duck. Her duck family rejected her because she was a runt and Ian Knight and Christine Christopher happened upon her being pecked to death!
According to the BBC:
"The family rescued her, but when Mr Knight attempted to release her back into the wild she followed him home and had lived with the family ever since.
Edwina also became fond of tea and toast, which she would have for breakfast in the family home where she spent time living in the garden and garage."
What a little peanut. The BBC has a nice video of her bopping around the yard.