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Tango0129 Jun 2020 4:13 p.m. PST

…During WW2.

"Back in April 1943, in the depths of the Second World War, an American B-17 crash landed in the seaside town of Clonakilty, County Cork, southern Ireland.

Local Irish residents were astonished to find that one of the crew members who had landed in their midst wasn't actually an American or, in fact, a human being at all.

Rather, he was a small monkey called Tojo who'd been taken from his home in Morocco and placed aboard an American war plane which went by the name of "T'ain't a Bird"…"
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