A giant yellow rubber duck floating on Nanming River in China's south-west Guizhou Province has been swept away by floodwaters just months after it exploded on display in Taiwan.
The 18m (59ft) sculpture by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman disappeared at around 7:00pm local time on Wednesday, after the city saw days of heavy rainfall.
Even though the duck weighs 1 tonne, and was sitting on a 10 tonne metal platform lashed to the riverbed with steel wires, it was easily dislodged by the storm.
"The duck flopped over and was flushed away really quickly by the torrential flood," exhibition co-ordinator Yan Jianxin said. "It disappeared right in front of me."
It's the latest mishap for the yellow duck, which burst while on display at a port in Taiwan and deflated during its exhibition in Hong Kong.