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Celebrate Easter!

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    2013 marks the 60th anniversary of Marshmallow Peeps. Last Easter, more than 700 million Marshmallow Peeps and Bunnies were consumed by men, women, and children throughout the United States. Strange things people like to do with Marshmallow Peeps: eat them stale, microwave them, freeze them, roast them and use them as a pizza topping.

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    A giant bean with the Chicago skyline made completely of different colored Jelly Belly beans, is displayed at the Sweet and Snack Expo in Chicago.

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    W worker uses a knife to carve off extra chocolate on an Easter bunny while making them at a candy shop in Massachusetts. The first edible Easter bunnies were made in Germany in the early 1800s, but they were made of pastry and sugar. After the edible Easter bunny arrived in the United States chocolate was used to make them and the tradition continues to this day. Easter is one of the peak periods for the sale of candies.

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    A chocolate easter egg decorated with over a hundred 0.5 carat diamonds is pictured at La Maison du Chocolat in London.

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    People gather in Argentina, on April 8, 2012 to look and have a taste of the world's biggest Easter egg. The 8.5-metre-high egg, made by professional pastry cooks for the country's Chocolate Festival, was certified by the Guinness Records as the world's largest.

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    Clyde, an Asian water monitor went on an early Easter egg hunt at SeaWorld San Diego. He gobbled up several eggs on the grassy area of Animal Connections, where he often can be seen as part of impromptu encounters. Asian water monitors, native to marshes and riverbanks throughout southern Asia, are good climbers and sometimes feed on eggs from bird's nests. They also eat birds, fish and other small animals.

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    People participate during the 134th annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC.

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    President Barack Obama and the Easter bunny listen to the US National Anthem during the 134th annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House. The First Family participated in the yearly event where the South Lawn is opened up to guests to participate in various egg rolls and other activities.

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    Easter is celebrated worldwide. In this photo, a Spanish soccer player decorates and oversided easter egg in Poland.

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    Even the stars get into the Easter spirit! Actress Tori Spelling, Stella McDermott, Liam McDermott and actor Dean McDermott pose with the Easter Bunny.

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    Easter hits the baseball field! The Easter Bunny drops eggs on the field at a Cincinnati Reds game.

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