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PETA asks people to go vegan this Thanksgiving with unique demonstration

A member of PETA protested in downtown Charleston, W.Va., wearing little clothing and lying beside two giant, fake turkey carcasses on top of a cutting board. (WCHS/WVAH)

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) - One group is asking people to give turkeys a break this Thanksgiving.

A member of PETA protested in downtown Charleston, wearing little clothing and lying beside two giant, fake turkey carcasses on top of a cutting board.

The sign on the board said, “Go Vegan This Thanksgiving.”

"PETA is asking people to view turkeys as individuals and not as holiday centerpieces; turkeys are individuals with thoughts and feelings and they form friendships and families when given the chance,” PETA member Katerina Davidovichn said.

PETA, the largest animal rights organization in the world, held similar demonstrations across the country.

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