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A turkey named "Harry" (right) — originally intended to be served for Thanksgiving dinner for American troops at Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan — received a pardon when health inspectors at the base were unsure whether he would be safe to eat. This spring, he mated with "Harriet," a female turkey companion brought in for him, and gave birth to five healthy chicks, or poults. (Kristina Wong/The Washington Times)

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