In this Feb. 21, 2018 photo, rubber duck is shown in the middle of a playground in the city of Yurum, northern Thailand.
Rubber duck is an invasive species that has been growing in the wild in Indonesia for years, and in the United States it has been a concern for the state of Washington.
Rubber ducks are found mostly in the tropics but also can be found in Asia, Australia and Europe.
(AP Photo/Wong Maye-E/Pool) Rubber ducks have been spreading to the U.S. in recent years.
In the U-verse series, “The Duck, The Mouse and The Turtle” series, which debuted on Jan. 6, 2018, Rubber ducks were featured as the main antagonists of a story that also included two fictional characters.
The series also featured an insect-like creature known as a rubber duck, which has been used as an insecticide, a weed killer and a paint remover.
The rubber duck was introduced to the United State in 1997.
The species has also been known to grow in Asia and the United Kingdom.
But rubber duck in the U.-verse series has not spread to the Pacific Northwest, where the rubber duck has been found, according to a study published Jan. 12 in the Journal of Applied Ecology.
A rubber duck’s habitat in the Pacific Coast state of Oregon is in the shadow of a former rubber duck farm, a former industrial rubber duck processing facility and an old rubber duck factory in northern British Columbia.
Rubber Duck, the Mouse and the Turtle, which was released in January, is set in the future where rubber ducks are growing in popularity in Asia.
(Photo: Wong Maye