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Indianapolis installs tiny ramps to save ducklings from drowning

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The city of Indianapolis is saving its baby ducks.

City officials got word that some of its ducklings and baby geese were dying because they were too small to jump over the city canal's cement edges.

So the city installed four small wooden ramps along the downtown waterway.

Animal activists say the city "did the right thing" in saving the ducks.