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'Morning Edition' Returns: King Snail Spitter

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'Morning Edition' Returns: King Snail Spitter

'Morning Edition' Returns: King Snail Spitter

'Morning Edition' Returns: King Snail Spitter

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French fisherman Alain Jourden successfully defended his title of "Champion Snail Spitter" by launching a snail 31 feet at an annual contest in Brittany.

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