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Canada Decades' worth of duck poop removed from Halifax pond

20:36  05 march  2018
20:36  05 march  2018 Source:   theweathernetwork.com

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Workers have begun excavating decades' wroth of duck poop and debris from Griffns Pond in Halifax Public Gardens. 

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In August, city officials told the CBC there could be a metre of sludge sitting at the bottom of the pond.

The pond will remain open to the public during the excavation.

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