How ducks are helping Bangladeshi farmers cope with cyclones

A Bangladeshi boy feeds ducks at a lake at Keraniganj near the capital Dhaka February 22, 2007.    REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman    (BANGLADESH) - GM1DUQZURXAA

Bangladesh is among the nations most vulnerable to climate change. Image: REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

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Ducks have better odds of surviving a cyclone than chickens.
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