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'Morning Edition' Returns: Foul Taste May Save Pigeons

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Foul Taste May Save Pigeons

'Morning Edition' Returns: Foul Taste May Save Pigeons

'Morning Edition' Returns: Foul Taste May Save Pigeons

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British pigeon racers say they're trying to save the birds by making them less tasty — perhaps by coating them with chemicals that make them taste bad. Their prize birds are being eaten by peregrine falcons.