• A lone duck named Trevor that lived on the tiny Pacific island nation of Niue has died
  • Niue, a tiny speck of land, lies around 2,400 km northeast of New Zealand.
  • One of the world’s biggest coral islands, Niue does not have natural ponds or wetlands, so when Trevor turned up a year ago he was believed to have blown in from New Zealand with a storm.
  • He quickly settled down in a large puddle near a road that the Niue fire service later topped up with water.
  • He became so famous locally that when the New Zealand Herald’s deputy political editor Claire Trevett visited the island nation, she found he had been incorporated into street directions.
  • He was later dubbed the “world’s loneliest duck” for his solitary existence.