International Ruling Puts Stop To Japan's 'Scientific' Whaling

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Packs of whale meat are seen in a specialty store in Tokyo last week. An international court ruled Monday that Japan must stop issuing permits to hunt whales in the Antarctic. Shizuo Kambayashi/AP hide caption

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This Vivace "no-kill" caviar was harvested from a Siberian sturgeon via a massage-based technique. The fish didn't die. But did the taste survive? Alastair Bland for NPR hide caption

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Pacific Or Bust: Fingerling Chinook salmon are dumped into a holding pen Tuesday as they are transferred from a truck into the Sacramento River in Rio Vista, Calif. From here, they'll be towed downstream for a bit, then make their own way out to the Pacific Ocean. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Truckin': Salmon Take A Long, Strange Trip To The Pacific Ocean

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The Hearts Of Fish Still Bear Scars Of Oil Spilled Years Ago

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Put Haggis In The Feeder, And Other Scottish Bird Feeding Tips

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Rancher Denny Johnson looks over his cattle in Joseph, Ore., in 2011. Conservationists say ranchers raising beef cattle are responsible for the decline of some wildlife. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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A marlin caught as bycatch by the California drift gillnet fishery. The conservation group Oceana called the fishery one of the "dirtiest" in the U.S. because of its high rate of discarded fish and other marine animals. Courtesy of NOAA hide caption

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This Freeloading Bird Brings Help — And The Help Smells Gross

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Wait. How Much Is That Doggy?

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The 500-Pound 'Chicken From Hell' Likely Ate Whatever It Wanted

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