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'I think he got glugged up'

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New Zealanders are today trying to come to terms with the tragic death of Forzie the four-legged chicken, stuff.co.nz reports.

However, it was not the surplus legs which did for the month-old chick, owner Marlene Dickey believes. Rather, an extra anus has been fingered as the cause of his demise. Dickey said: "He developed two bottoms and I think he got glugged up."

Dickey admitted Forzie was "a bit of a laugh", and confirmed he was currently in the freezer awaiting stuffing and donation to Auckland Museum.

There's a fine pic of a pre-mortem Forzie strutting his stuff here. ®

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