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Fishermen Reeling Over Red Snapper Fishing Ban

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U.S. Panda Bound For China Under Loan Terms

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Sudan, one of four endangered northern white rhinoceroses shipped to Kenya from a zoo in the Czech Republic, explores his new pen at the Ol Pejeta reserve near the town of Nanyuki in central Kenya. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rare Rhinos Relocated In Effort To Keep Species Alive

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Dinosaur May Have Used Venom To Kill Prey

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Historian Asks, 'What On Earth Evolved?'

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A lobster raised for 60 days at normal levels of CO2 exposure (left), and one raised at seven times that level. Courtesy Justin Ries hide caption

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Giant Lobsters From Rising Greenhouse Gases?

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Bird Feeders Speed Up Evolution, May Split Species

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Paralyzing Worms With Light

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The collection plate and a plate of dog treats makes the rounds after the Sunday services at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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At This Church, Parishioners Wear Collars, Too

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The Butterflies And Beetles Behind Evolution

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Ants That Count!

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Lioness Sabrina (foreground) walks in her pen at the Gaza Zoo with her brother, Sakher, in 2007. The two lions are among the few animals at the zoo that survived the Israeli offensive against Hamas militants nearly a year ago. Hatem Moussa/AP hide caption

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At Gaza Zoo, The Wild Things Return

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North America was once home to mammoths, mastodons (above) and beavers the size of black bears. Barry Roal Carlsen/University of Wisconsin-Madison hide caption

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Fungus Provides Clues To North American Extinctions

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