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NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Galveston: Janet Shamlian) The increase in wild animals spotted in urban areas featured; scenes shown of coyotes in Chicago and in Galveston, Texas, turkeys in St. Louis and Connecticut, bears near homes, deer crashing into buildings in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. [CHICAGOAN, FLORIDIAN, Galveston resident Kristen CARLSON‡, car attacked by turkeys Marcos CARRERAS†– react.] [Texas Parks and Wildlife urban biologist Keith CRENSHAW†- says we’re moving out into their areas and sometimes we leave food out.]

Williams, Brian;
Shamlian, Janet

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