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In this photo from March, a North Atlantic right whale feeds off the coast of Massachusetts. A new North Atlantic right whale calf was just spotted — and it's the first calf sighting in over a year. Michael Dwyer/AP hide caption

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At the Wolf Connection, teens begin to believe that if the wolves can heal, so can they. Courtesy of the Wolf Connection hide caption

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Abused Wolves And Troubled Teens Find Solace In Each Other

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Bud and Jackie Jones after their StoryCorps interview in Tallapoosa, Ga. Kelly Moffitt/StoryCorps hide caption

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Meet The Couple Behind A New Year's Eve 'Possum Drop' In Georgia

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New research at Voyageurs National Park is challenging the conventional wisdom on wolves: Their diets are a lot more varied than previously thought. Courtesy of Voyageurs Wolf Project hide caption

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The Secret Fishing Habits Of Northwoods' Wolves

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Would you eat a cricket? Parth Shah hide caption

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Radio Replay: Yum and Yuck

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Oyster harvests in the Gulf of Mexico have been in decline for decades. Tyler Jones/UF/IFAS Photo by Tyler Jones hide caption

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Gulf Oyster Reefs Are Hurting. Now There's Help From Oil Spill Aid Money

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Peter Neaton and his crew unload black cod pots in Homer, Alaska after a November fishing trip in the Gulf of Alaska. Aaron Bolton/KBBI News hide caption

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Alaska Fishermen Hauling A Bigger Catch With Gear They Get To Use For The First Time

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A wolf in its enclosure at the Hexentanzplatz zoo in Thale, northern Germany. Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wolves Are Back In Germany, But Not Always Welcome

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Tuna, seen on display last year at a fish market in Mexico City. The World Trade Organization dealt Mexico a defeat on appeal Friday, dismissing the country's argument that labeling regulations in the U.S. violated WTO rules. Henry Romero/Reuters hide caption

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Lorrie Scheppler, a Cape resident, had a rat problem in her apartment in West Dennis, Mass. Courtesy of Lorrie Scheppler hide caption

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Got Rats? Join The Club

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Reporter Nate Hegyi helps butcher an elk during a hunting workshop in McCall, Idaho. Michael Hegyi hide caption

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Opinion: What My Dad And I Learned In Hunting Class

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Lola of Jason Breslow's family, as pictured from a rooftop in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, N.Y. Ryan Brenizer/NPR hide caption

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Origins Of The Top Dog Names Of 2018: Pop Culture, Brunch, And Baby Names

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Researchers say they've found a way to let queen bees pass on immunity to a devastating disease called American foulbrood. The infectious disease is so deadly, many states and beekeeping groups recommend burning any hive that's been infected. Here, a frame from a normal hive is seen in a photo from 2017. Bernadett Szabo/Reuters hide caption

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Wisdom, the 68-year-old albatross, has still got it going on. Here she is incubating her egg this week at the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge. Madalyn Riley/USFWS Volunteer/Flickr hide caption

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Tristram Stuart on the TED stage. Dafydd Jones/TED hide caption

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Tristram Stuart: Can Feeding Scraps To Livestock Help Tackle The Food Waste Crisis?

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Kate Orff: How Can Oysters Revive New York City's Waterways?

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