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Mandarin Duck Central Park
In this photo provided by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, a Mandarin Duck stands in the water under some vegetation at the Central Park Turtle Pond in New York. Mandarin ducks are native to East Asia and an uncommon sight in North America. (Malcolm Pinckney/New York City Department of Parks and Recreation via AP)

Rare Mandarin duck makes a return appearance in Central Park



WASHINGTON (CIRCA) — The beloved rare Mandarin duck living in Central Park has been spotted again after New Yorkers panicked at its disappearance.

The duck hasn't been spotted in Central Park since last Friday. The rare duck went viral after he appeared in Manhattan, as Mandarin Ducks are native to East Asia. Photographers and social media users alike love the duck.

He even has his own Twitter account.

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