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Court Rules Monkeys Can Take Selfies But Only People Can Copyright

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Colorado Man Learns Animal Bites Are Part Of The Job

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Fire Department Rescues Man And Cat Stuck Up A Tree

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Kentucky Farm Matches Heartbroken Mare With Rejected Foal

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In Maine, It's A Boom Year When It Comes To Fishing For Baby Eels

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Dog's Cancer Was Teddy Bears

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There are variations in the appearance of severely bleached corals. Here, the coral displays pink fluorescing tissue signalling heat stress. ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies/ Gergely Torda hide caption

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Climate Change Is Killing Coral On The Great Barrier Reef

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Eddies behind an A. salina shrimp swimming Isabel Houghton / J.R. Strickler /courtesy of Stanford / University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee hide caption

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Swarms Of Tiny Sea Creatures Are Powerful Enough To Mix Oceans, Study Finds

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Moke, a western lowland gorilla, was born on Sunday to great delight at the Smithsonian's National Zoo. Roshan Patel/Smithsonian's National Zoo hide caption

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Craig Byron, a biologist at Mercer University in Macon, Ga., opens a drawer of preserved mammal specimens he found when the department was packing up to move to a new building. Grant Blankenship/Georgia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Old Animal Specimens May Hold The Key To New Discoveries

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Loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings are packed into containers at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center before being taken to a U.S. Coast Guard vessel for release in Boca Raton, Fla. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Animal Tracks Indicate Spring Has Sprung But You Might Not Have Noticed

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Michigan Police Department Hires A Police Cat

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A cow at Carol and Bill Schuler's dairy farm in southwest Michigan. Dan Charles hide caption

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When Robots Milk Cows, Farm Families Taste Freedom

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What was once a thick stand of roseau cane near the mouth of the Mississippi River is now open water. Travis Lux/WWNO hide caption

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Louisiana Issues Quarantine To Control Invasive Marsh-Killing Bug

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Police In Northeast Ohio Investigating Reports Of 'Zombie-Like' Raccoons

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See that little brown critter and that little white critter? They're goats stuck on a bridge in western Pennsylvania. The white goat is facing in the wrong direction to walk off the beam, about 100 feet high, and return to solid ground. Todd Tilson/PA Turnpike Commission hide caption

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