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Air traffic at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport slowed to a crawl last week when a parade of more than 70 romantically inclined diamondback terrapins descended on the tarmac.


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Air traffic at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport slowed to a crawl last week when a parade of more than 70 romantically inclined diamondback terrapins descended on the tarmac.

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WEIRD WEDNESDAY: Why did the turtle cross the tarmac?

Air traffic at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport slowed to a crawl last week when a parade of more than 70 romantically inclined diamondback terrapins descended on the tarmac.

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