03 May 2013 00:45 | By Santirta Martendano, Ng Jie Ying
PHOTOS: Big yellow duck hits Hong Kong Victoria Harbour

No, this is not Godzilla eats Las Vegas. It is a friendly giant yellow duck which is said to signify a union of the human race.



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A humongous yellow plastic duck was spotted swimming in the waters of Hong Kong Victoria habour today, 3 May 2013, towering many ships and vessels. Standing at a height of 16.5 metres, this yellow duck will be swimming in its new Hong Kong “bathtub” for the entire month until 9 June, 2013.

Designed by Dutch artist Floretijn Hofman, he said that this giant inflatable duck signified the union of people and also emphasized that “we’re one family and all the waters in the world is our global bathtub.”

The gigantic artistic installation has travelled many cities all over the world including, Sao Paoli, Sydney and Amsterdam. It would require 30 minutes for the duck to be fully inflated.

Click on to see more pictures of the giant duck.

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