International Eel Smuggling Scheme Centers On Maine

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Why Do Journalists Love Reporting On The Everglades?

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Don't Feed Parrots Chocolate, Despite What Happens In Minecraft

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Workers prepare to release thousands of fingerling Chinook salmon into the Mare Island Strait in Vallejo, Calif., in 2014. A new report names climate change, dams and agriculture as the major threats to the prized and iconic fish, which is still the core of the state's robust fishing industry. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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In what authorities call the largest raid against illegal cockfighting in United States history, 7,000 birds were seized in Val Verde, Calif., on Monday. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department/AP hide caption

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An orangutan mother and her 11-month old infant in Borneo. Orangutans breast-feed offspring off and on for up to eight years. Tim Laman/Science Advances hide caption

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Orangutan Moms Are The Primate Champs Of Breast-Feeding

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Tyrannosaurus rex jaws generated 8,000-pound bite forces and let the creature eat everything from duck-billed dinosaurs to triceratops. Scientific Reports hide caption

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Tyrannosaurus Rex's Bite Force Measured 8,000 Pounds, Scientists Say

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The alpha female of the Canyon Pack at Yellowstone National Park sustained a gunshot wound and was euthanized last month near Gardiner, Mont. Neal Herbert/Yellowstone National Park hide caption

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Turns out that humans aren't the only animals that contagiously yawn. iStockphoto hide caption

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Yawning May Promote Social Bonding Even Between Dogs And Humans

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Therapy horses greet passengers as they arrive at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Lisa Moad/Seven Oaks Farm hide caption

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Stressed Out At The Airport? Now You Can Play With A Mini Horse

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In an artist's rendering, a gigantic, cassowarylike dinosaur named Beibeilong, which lived some 90 million years ago, incubates its eggs. Zhao Chuang/Nature Communications hide caption

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Two wolves, as caught in night-vision footage by a game camera in West Jutland, Denmark. Scientists say that since 2012, they have confirmed at least five different wild wolves in the country — four males and one female. Courtesy of Natural History Museum Aarhus hide caption

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Anita Krajnc speaks onstage during a 2016 Humane Society event in Hollywood, Calif. Angela Weiss/Getty Images for The Humane Society Of The United States hide caption

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Florida Battles With Tricky Removal Of Costly Muck In Indian River Lagoon

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Sudan, the last known male of the northern white rhinoceros subspecies, stands for his close-up in a paddock last year at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. If Tinder users swipe right on Sudan's profile, they're taken to a page asking for contributions to help him reproduce. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Swipe Right To Help Save The Northern White Rhino From Extinction

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A mother and calf humpback whale swim in the Exmouth Gulf in Western Australia. Fredrik Christiansen/Functional Ecology hide caption

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Recordings Reveal That Baby Humpback Whales 'Whisper' To Their Mothers

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