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Pictured: The duckling at the couples home. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling hatching from the egg in the oven. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The egg Will found on the ground. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling hatching from the egg in the oven. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The egg in the oven starting to hatch. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The egg in the oven starting to hatch. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling hatching from the egg in the oven. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling hatching from the egg in the oven. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in Will's hand. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling in front of their oven which it hatched in. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in front of the oven which it hatched in. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling having a swim in the bathroom sink. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling at the couples home. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling hatching from the egg in the oven. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The egg Will found on the ground. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in Will's hand. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling hatching from the egg in the oven. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in Will's hand. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in water. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in front of the oven which it hatched in. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling in front of the oven which it hatched in. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling in front of their oven which it hatched in. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The duckling at the couples home. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: WRH Photography/Solent News ? WRH Photography/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Will Hall and Alice Kendall with the duckling. A couple have become the unexpected owners of a duckling after finding an abandoned egg - and hatching it in their oven. Heartwarming photographs and videos show the days-old duckling following Will Hall and Alice Kendall around their home after they rescued it, even 'terrifying' their big German pointer, Meg. Mr Hall, a teacher at leading independent school Winchester College, discovered the duck egg while out walking in a grassy area on Saturday and couldn't find its nest. Not wanting to leave the egg, the 26 year old FaceTimed his events coordinator partner and the pair hatched a plan to save it. Miss Kendall, 22, preheated the oven at their home in Winchester, Hants, ready for their arrival, setting up a makeshift incubator by placing a tea towel on a baking tray. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Simon Czapp/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800