Jacksonville, Florida: Large Floating Rubber Duck (Gone)

Ten feet tall, bright yellow, built by art students at the University of North Florida. Appeared on campus April 1, 2013. Not made of rubber. In 2015 it was moved to Jacksonville car wash with a pond and a duck theme.

Ducky's Express Car Wash

Ducky's Express Car Wash. I-95 exit 341. Drive east on Hwy 152/Baymeadows Rd for a half-mile. You'll see the Duck floating in a pond on the left (north) side.

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Large Floating Rubber Duck

The duck done died. Car wash has been converted to a restaurant and bar. Friendly rubber duck is nowhere to be found. However there is a live duck that likes to float around.

[Brad Watson, 02/18/2019]

Rubber ducky.

Large Floating Rubber Duck

The big rubber duck is still there. The best view is from the gas station next to the restaurant on Baymeadows Road.

[Jazmarc, 04/01/2018]

Rubber duck.

Large Floating Rubber Duck

The campus police are not helpful in telling you if the duck is on the pond or not. We pulled up and there he was with his live duck friends!

[Jennifer Gilmore, 04/13/2014]

Fiberglass and styrofoam yellow ducky "Sgt. Quackers" is an authorized pond occupant at the University of North Florida.

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