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Thursday, 28 June 2007

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District of Columbia (AP) - Environmentalists cheered the news that the American Bald Eagle has been removed from the endangered species list in the United States for the first time in forty years.

Department of the Interior spokesman, W. Rex Raptors, remarked that he is pleased to make this announcement to coincide with the nation's celebration of the Fourth of July.

Meanwhile, US Fish and Wildlife Service officials are poised to announce that the 1940 law banning the killing of our national mascot no longer applies. They merely await the signal from Vice President Cheney as soon as he is positioned in his tree hide.

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