Wrecked By Superstorm Sandy, Conservationists Work To Restore Migratory Birds' Refuge
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Dallas' Stray Dog Problem Gets Worse After Woman's Death
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A young harbor seal lounges on top of seaweed near Cundy's Harbor, Maine, in 2000. As pupping season and Memorial Day weekend collide, New Englanders are being asked to stay away from seals. Pat Wellenbach/AP hide caption

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Feral hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park are an invasive and hugely destructive species. Courtesy of Bill Lea hide caption

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On The Trail Of The Wily Wild Hog
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Bella And Max Are Top Dog Names In New York City
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Hunting And National Parks Don't Mix Except When It Comes To Feral Hogs
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Female Drosophila bifurca flies have an organ to store sperm (right) that male flies compete to fill, crowding out rivals. Scott Pitnick/Nature hide caption

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For Female Fruit Flies, Mr. Right Has The Biggest Sperm
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Why Your Dog Doesn't Respond To You When You're Angry
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Dehorned rhinos roam a private ranch in South Africa in February. The country's Supreme Court of Appeal has lifted a domestic ban on trading rhino horns. Mujahid Safodien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Zoo In Taipei Releases Proof-Of-Life Photo Of Panda Rumored To Be Dead
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Debnath Mondal was attacked by a tiger in 2010. He continues to work as a guard in the national park in the Sundarbans. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Experts Fear Climate Change Will Lead To More Tiger Attacks In The Sundarbans
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Cannes Hotel Unleashes Hawks To Control Thieving Seagulls
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