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In Kentucky, 2015 Derby Winner Could Arrive Any Day Now

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Rancho Corral de Tierra Park in Northern California recently became part of the National Parks System. Now dogs are required to be on leash, angering some community members. Amy Standen/KQED hide caption

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Who's A Park For? Dog Owners Fight Park Service

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Cheers! Fruit Flies Drink To Their Health, Literally

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As Bear Population Grows, More States Look At Hunts

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A man commutes to work on the New York City subway while enjoying breakfast in 2005. A New York state senator has proposed a law that would ban eating on the subway, in hopes of driving away rats. Shiho Fukada/AP hide caption

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Crumbs May Soon Dry Up For New York Subway Rats

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Where's The Cuttlefish

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The Japanese whaling vessel Yushin Maru No. 2 shoots its water cannons at a Sea Shepherd craft during an altercation on Feb. 12, 2012. The photo was released by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Billy Danger/AP hide caption

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Pekingese 'Malachy' The Top Dog At Westminster

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Jose Barrera holds Alma Dulce, his 2-year-old xoloitzcuintli, or Mexican hairless dog, one of six breeds that will compete for the first time in the 136th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York this week. Mike Segar/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Westminster Dog Show: Introducing The Xoloitzcuintli

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Scientists Take Cautious Tack On Bird Flu Research

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The Zebra's Stripes, A Personal No-Fly Zone

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