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People kiss boas for luck in Chongqing


08:49, February 06, 2013

People are seen touching a boa constrictor for good luck in the Year of Snake in Foreigners' Street, Chongqing City, on Feb. 3, 2013. Workers on the Foreigners' Street carried around six boas and presented them to locals and visitors. One of the boas is over five meters long and weighs in at more than 60 kilos. Most locals touched the boas for good luck in the coming year. [Photo/]
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