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Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific Ocean from Oregon

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The pigeon has been named Joe, after the U.S. president-elect.
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A racing pigeon survived an extraordinary 13,000-kilometre Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States but authorities consider the bird a quarantine risk.

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