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Scientific study lends credence to why Rudolph's nose is so red

North Pole - It's Christmas Eve and if there was any doubt about Rudolph's nose being red, shiny and bright and how he helped Santa Claus guide the sleigh on that foggy night, a group of researchers have provided an explanation.

NORAD officer reveals how they track Santa Claus

An officer of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has explained how they track Santa during his annual Christmas Eve journey around the world. The project this year involved 1,200 military volunteers at the Peterson Air Force Base.

White-tailed Rudolph & friends chow on $80,000 of Christmas trees

New Hampton - When a herd of deer eat 12,000 Christmas trees off an eight-acre Christmas tree farm in one week, Santa Claus may be lucky to get his cookies and milk this holiday with over $80,000 of damage to a family's 40-year old business.

New Alaskan Xmas Present: Rudolph the Red Nose Hotdogs

Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, made a very tasty snack. Santa ate way too many, he's gonna have a heart attack. All of the other reindeer, used to laugh and call him game. They never let poor Rudolph know he would be someone's present as a sausage pack.
 

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Reindeer cam shows Santa hard at work feeding his reindeer in preparation for the annual Christmas E...
Reindeer cam shows Santa hard at work feeding his reindeer in preparation for the annual Christmas Eve toy delivery.
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer float.  Christmas Parade.  Bentonville  Ark.  Dec. 4  2010.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer float. Christmas Parade. Bentonville, Ark. Dec. 4, 2010.

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