In unexpected news, JFK flights delayed because of tiny TURTLES


In unexpected news today, flights at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York had to be delayed to make way for turtles.

As it's nesting season, the turtles were migrating across the airport's runway. It is reported that around 40 Diamondback Terrapins had to be removed, which took up to two hours.

An JFK airport authority spokeswomen said that some planes were "briefly stuck in queue."

These passengers beg to differ:

However, Turtles migrating across the airport is not uncommon, and happens every June to mid-July:

Because of the operations in place, all turtles arrived safely across the runway.

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