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Hey, Sexy Dino, Show Me Your Feathers

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A capuchin monkey riding a dog. Tim Lepard, owner and creator of the Monkey Rodeo, says his animals are treated humanely. Courtesy of Tim Lepard hide caption

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A school of manini fish passes over a coral reef at Hanauma Bay in 2005, in Honolulu. Researchers say schooling behavior like the kind seen in fish helps groups of animals make better decisions than any one member of the group could. Donald Miralle/Getty Images hide caption

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In Animal Kingdom, Voting Of A Different Sort Reigns

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Baby Beluga, Swim So Wild And Sing For Me

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After a leg injury didn't heal well earlier this year, Lou has difficulty walking. He and his partner, Bill, will be slaughtered at the end of the month, and their meat will be used to feed students at Green Mountain College in Vermont. Nina Keck/Vermont Public Radio hide caption

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Despite Protest, College Plans To Slaughter, Serve Farm's Beloved Oxen

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When Infections "Spillover"

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Plucky Former Poultry Farmer Goes Wild For Gators

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Pegomastax africanus stood less than two feet tall and sported sharp fangs and a beak. Todd Marshall hide caption

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New Dinosaur Was A Small, Fanged Vegetarian

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French Bees Produce Mysterious Technicolor Honey

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