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It's a bird! No, it's a plane! Wrong! It's a bird the size of a freakin' plane

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Residents of several villages in southwestern Alaska reported sightings of an eagle-like bird approximately the size of a small airplane. The bird, which witnesses claimed has a wingspan of 14 feet, threatens to perplex scientists to no end, if in fact it actually exists - only the Steller's eagle, a piscivore weighing up to 20 pounds with a wingspan of 8 feet, comes close to the mystery bird's alleged size. CNN.com

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I wonder if maybe we contacted some sort of naming organization if, based on characteristics of our beloved Chocobo, we could give it the nickname "Choco." but who am I kidding, I don't know who to contact. But it would be nice to turn to other square fans and say "Hey, did you know their is a bird named Chocobo?".
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For some reason, some parts of this surprise me and some don't. How it's the size of a small plane, now that was one thing that surprised me, but for some reason, how it/they were sighted in Alaska doesn't.
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I wish I could catch the bird, then sell it to Riple's Belive it or Not! That would shure bring in the dough.
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