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World's largest rubber duck coming back to Green Bay

Posted at 11:37 AM, Jul 24, 2019

GREEN BAY — The largest rubber duck on planet Earth will be heading to northeast Wisconsin this weekend.

Known as "Mama Duck," it will be in town as part of the Tall Ship Festival, a three-day event that features on-board ship tours, sailing excursions, music, entertainment, and a maritime marketplace.

The large duck was also in Titletown back in 2016 for the festival.

The duck is more than 60 feet tall, and weighs 15 tons. It even has a Facebook following, with nearly 15,000 fans.

The festival runs July 26-July 28. For more information, including how to buy tickets, click here.