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    Bald eagle turns heads at airport’s TSA checkpoint

    UPI – Travellers at a North Carolina airport were treated to an unusual scene when security screeners examined an unusual passenger – a bald eagle.

    Clark, a 19-year-old bald eagle, was caught on camera yesterday at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

    Clark was catching a flight to the World Bird Sanctuary in St Louis with handler Daniel Cone.

    “Our special guest was Clark the Eagle with the World Bird Sanctuary, who decided to give his wings a break and fly commercial,” TSA Southeast said in a Twitter post. “His airline notified us and we screened him and his handler. Clark is trained to spread his wings, and even showed off a bit during screening.”

    A bald eagle named Clark surprised fellow airline passengers at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina. Photo: TWITTER/TSA
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