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    Turkey Stops Two Lanes of US Traffic for Family Crossing

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    Quite the gentleman!

    Motorists in Litchfield, New Hampshire, witnessed a spectacle March 14 when an unlikely crossing guard decided to post up and make his presence known as his family crossed two lanes of traffic.

    In lieu of a traffic light, the head bird is seen periodically flashing its tail side-to-side while making sure no turkey is left behind.

    Now that's efficient! 

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