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Simon Cowell and Wildlife Aid are pulling off another incredible animal rescue. This time, a family of mallard ducklings are stuck seven stories off the ground on the rooftop of a building. Because the mallard mother decided to make her nest up there, she's having difficulty moving her ducklings back down to the water. Thankfully, Simon Cowell is here to help.

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