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Lucky Chicken Gains Fame

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According to BBC news, in a Japanese zoo, you may see stuff you don’t see in American zoos, but lately one of the most popular ones is a chicken. While to us this may not be too rare, this particular chicken has dodged death three times and has therefore been named Lucky Chicken. That is a lucky chicken!

He was first meant to become raccoon food, then he was going to become food again, this time to a wild weasel. However, when the weasel didn’t show up for food, they took it as a sign from fate and decided to keep it. Since then this chicken has become a lucky charm. People are crowding the zoo, trying to get a glimpse at this ‘lucky chicken’

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