Pythons Blamed For Everglade's Disappearing Animals

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Nonnative pythons, like this one, are invading the Florida Everglades. As a top predator, the snakes have crippled the populations of rabbits, raccoons and other animals. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Invasive Pythons Put Squeeze On Everglades' Animals

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Doberman In 'Hugo' Snubbed For Dog Movie Award

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Wolves Attract Tourists, But Reality Lurks

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Stem Cell Eye Therapy Shows Promise

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Vucetich Discusses Long-Running Predator-Prey Study

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Dog In 'The Artist' To Retire

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A veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) at the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure outside Salina, Kan. Joel Sartore hide caption

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One Man's Quest To Capture America's Endangered Zoo Animals (With A Camera)

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Dog-Gone Genetics: A Few Genes Control Fido's Looks

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New advice on housing lab rodents has left research centers confused about compliance and worried about the costs. Tom Gannam/AP hide caption

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Labs Size Up New Guidelines For Rodent Cages

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Talking Science With Arianna Huffington

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Get Inked For Science

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New Tuberculosis Strain Thwarts All Antibiotics

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