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Animals cut grass for Chicago airport

CHICAGO -- Chicago's O'Hare airport looks something like a zoo after hiring 25 new airport employees.

Goats, sheep, llamas, and burros were hired to keep the 120-acres of grass and other vegetation around the airport in top shape.

They cost less than hiring a lawn crew.

The animals are separated from the runway by a fence.

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