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Man livetweeted his flight sitting next to an emotional support duck

In the past, farm animals like pigs and even turkeys have eased their nervous owners by accompanying them on airplanes. Now it's one duck's turn to sit in coach. On Sunday, Twitter user Mark Essig was delighted when he discovered a duck on his flight from Charlotte to Asheville. Daniel, a sweet emotional support duck accompanied his owner and hung out in the isle near Essig's seat.
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North Carolina  author Mark Essig was on a flight from Charlotte to Asheville on Sunday when he met another passenger's companion: an emotional support duck named Daniel.

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