Woman Calls Animal Control On A Croissant In Poland A woman in Krakow, Poland was concerned about a strange animal hanging out in a tree near her house. The animal turned out to be a flaky french pastry.
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Woman Calls Animal Control On A Croissant In Poland

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Woman Calls Animal Control On A Croissant In Poland

Woman Calls Animal Control On A Croissant In Poland

Woman Calls Animal Control On A Croissant In Poland

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A woman in Krakow, Poland was concerned about a strange animal hanging out in a tree near her house. The animal turned out to be a flaky french pastry.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Last week, animal welfare officers in Krakow, Poland, got a call from a concerned woman. She'd spotted a strange creature in a lilac tree outside her house. She thought it might be an iguana or a bird of prey. The inspector showed up, and upon investigation, they deduced that the alleged creature was neither a reptile or a bird - it was a croissant. The officers deemed the buttery pastry to be unthreatening and encouraged residents to continue to err on the side of caution. It's MORNING EDITION.

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