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PETA is at it....again

PETA is at it again. The extreme animal rights group is angry with President Obama for killing a pesky fly in an interview yesterday. The group believes that the President instead should have used a bug catch and release device to get rid of the fly instead of killing it. According to MSN encyclopedia, house flies live for approximately 10 to 25 days and reproduce in large quantities every three days. Although PETA believes all “animals” should be protected, some species of flies cause humans and animals alike major problems including the destruction of crops, living under skin and depositing eggs turning into maggots causing infection, and carrying diseases such as cholera, anthrax, typhoid, and dysentery.
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