Nature is one of those rare things that simply never cease to surprise us. Time and time again. And when it starts to seem that we already know everything there is to know, the World always finds a way to prove us wrong. Sometimes in the most adorable ways. Something along the lines of this recently happened to a man named Michael Digout.

One night Mike was sitting near some reeds along the Saskatchewan riverbank close to his home in Saskatoon when he saw something quite unusual. He spotted a mother goose with a surprisingly huge group of little baby goslings. Luckily, Mike had his camera with him that night so now we can all take a look at this incredible scene.

Just look at this adorable family!

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“This is a long line of goslings. It keeps going; and going; and going…” Michael wrote in the caption of the photo above when he uploaded it to Facebook.

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The first time Mike spotted this cute family the mother goose was looking after sixteen little baby goslings. The man was stunned and started to come back to this spot every night with the hope of seeing this fascinating family once again.

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Michael started noticing that every time he came here there were more and more little goslings hanging out around the mother goose!

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One time there were 25 of them, other—30 and then one evening he finally counted 47 baby goslings walking around with the mother goose.

Yes—47 cute baby goslings!

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The man realized that this supermom goose wasn’t taking care of her own babies—she was actually looking after goslings from many different families. In fact, this phenomenon is called gang brood.

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Baby goslings are quite independent so they tend to wander around a lot and then inevitably get lost and mix up with other groups. There’s always one or two geese who tow this huge crowd of goslings and just lead them around. It’s like a daycare for goslings!

A fuzzy pile of sleeping beauties

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“A close-up on a pile of sleepy goslings from this afternoon. Zach said my new name should be Mike DiGoose” jokes Michael Digout in the description of the photo above.

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Here’s what people on the Internet thought about this adorable family