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Things 'Duck Dynasty' didn't tell

Thursday, 24 October 2013

The Robertson family of 'Duck Dynasty' have made their fortune off of their realistic-sounding duck calls and wild redneck antics. However, one thing glaringly missing from the so-called 'duck experts' hit A&E show is any information about ducks.
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