Court Could Take Trainers Out Of Marine Park Waters
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Flies are attracted to glycerol, a chemical in beer produced during fermentation. Understanding more about the genes responsible for taste and smell in flies could help make powerful insect repellents. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Beer Or Sugar Water? For Flies, The Choice Is Pale Ale
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Isabella Colbdorf feeds salad to a turkey at this year's Feeding of the Turkeys ceremony in Watkins Glen, in upstate New York, on Nov. 20, 2011. Emma Jacobs/WRVO hide caption

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Where Turkey Is The Guest, Not The Entree
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Narragansett and Standard Bronze heritage breed turkeys browse at a farm in Westport, Mass. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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Dara Arista, 8, holds a photo of Sheila in front of the tiger's cage at the zoo in Jambi, Indonesia. Poachers had slaughtered Sheila during the night. Steve Winter/National Geographic hide caption

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Listen to a Tiger Call for Her Mate (Hans Weise, National Geographic)
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A technician holds a laboratory mouse at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. The lab ships more than two million mice a year to qualified researchers. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Perhaps Scientists Like Lab Mice TOO Much
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Scientists Worry About Impact Of Bird Flu Experimen
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A jury member feels a piece of duck foie gras during a contest of local producers and producers from southwestern France. BOB EDME/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Racing pigeons are bred to be stronger, smarter and have better endurance than normal pigeons. Patrick Skahill hide caption

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Pigeon Racers Share A Passion For Flying Fast
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Polka-Dotted Horses? Cave Art May Not Be Fantasy
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Hunt For A Vanishing Woodpecker
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