Ninety-two ducks were dropped off at a New Jersey mall, and are now looking for a new home.

I had to change the phrase NBC10 used, since I felt "dumped" was too harsh a word. But that's exactly what happened!

NBC10 reports, the ducks were dumped mysteriously near Mill Creek Mall in Secaucus on Friday. Luckily, they were rescued by New Jersey State and Wildlife officials on the same day.

This breed of duck, Khali Campbell ducks, does not fly and are domestic. Currently they have been relocated to The Barnyard Sanctuary in Columbia, New Jersey, a place known to rescue pet farm animals.

There is still no news for who is responsible, but officials are investigating.

But that sure is a whole lot of ducks!

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