NOT YOUR NORMAL TURKEY
A fisherman throws a fish during the annual carp haul in the south Bohemian town of Trebon, Czech Republic, on Monday. The carp hauls take place once a year in the autumn period, primarily in the region of southern Bohemian ponds, and fishermen use traditional old methods of catching the local fishes, mostly carps. Carps are kept alive until they can be sold three to four days before Christmas Eve. Carp is the traditional Czech Christmas Eve dinner, served with potato salad.