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Pigeon In Australia Flies Off With Flowers From Gravesite

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Advocates Say VA Is Taking Too Long To Assign Service Dogs To Vets

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Fish broker Khout Phany, 39, (under umbrella) sits while fishermen bring their catch to be weighed in Chhnok Tru, a fishing village at the southern tip of the Tonle Sap lake where it meets the river. Michael Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Researchers Try New 'Acoustic Fence' To Target Invasive Asian Carp

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New Texas Law Allows Police Officers To Adopt Their Work Dogs After Dogs Retire

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Shelter Cat Repeatedly Lets Other Felines Out Of Their Rooms

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37 Racehorses Have Died At Santa Anita Park Since December

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Lake Shinji, near Japan's coast, is known for its beauty. Until about a decade ago, the lake was also home to thriving fisheries. New research suggests runoff of the controversial pesticides known as neonicotinoids, used on nearby rice paddies, may be responsible for declining fish populations. Gyro Photography/amanaimagesRF/Getty Images hide caption

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Controversial Pesticides Are Suspected Of Starving Fish

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Sam Hull comforts her sheep, Gwen, who suffered burns from the Tick Fire, in Santa Clarita, Calif., on Oct. 25. Shortly after, they traveled to Hull's father's house for the night. Allison Zaucha hide caption

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Common vampire bats (Desmodus rotundus), such as this group day-roosting in a cave in Mexico, can form cooperative, friendship-like social relationships. B.G. Thomson/Science Source hide caption

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For These Vampires, A Shared Blood Meal Lets 'Friendship' Take Flight

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Comedian Negin Farsad's Dogs For All Health Care Plan

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Newly Discovered Beetle Named For Greta Thunberg: Nelloptodes Gretae

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