Isolation Proves Dangerous On 'Rat Island'
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BBC Host Becomes A 'Bad Beekeeper'
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In central Idaho, local hostility to wolves expresses itself on signs along the highway. Many residents don't like the wolves because the animals kill elk, livestock and pets. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Gray Wolf In Cross Hairs Again After Delisting
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Mighty Mouse? Male Alston's mice use high-frequency songs to entice females. Bret Pasch/University of Florida hide caption

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Squeaking Up A Storm: Yes, That Mouse Is Singing
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Snake Man Bill Haast Has Died
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Killing One Owl Species To Save Another
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Nerves Frayed In Toronto Over Roaming Raccoons
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A female mosquito acquires a blood meal. This species, Aedes aegypti, carries and transmits the dengue fever virus. James Gathany/CDC hide caption

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In Heart Of Amazon, A Natural Lab To Study Diseases
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Runaway Sheep Captured Hearts In New Zealand
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Researchers Make A Stink To Fight Mosquitoes
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The Science And Ethics Of Research On Chimps
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