Veterinarian Translates Barks And Meows

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'Alex & Me': The Parrot Who Said 'I Love You'

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It's Toad Vs. Fungus In The Marshes Of Wyoming

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The coats of domestic dogs vary wildly and can be long, short, straight, wavy, curly or more. Pictured here (left to right) are three breeds with different coat types: Saluki, Vizsla and Samoyed. Tyrone Spady hide caption

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Dog Hair May Shed Light On Cancer

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These healthy newborn monkeys, Mito and Tracker, developed from embryos containing transplanted DNA. They are named after the dye "mitotracker" used for imaging mitochondria in cells. Oregon National Primate Research Center at OHSU hide caption

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A Potential But Controversial Fix For Genetic Disease

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Fla. Fish Called In For A Foreclosure Buffet

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The perfume from an Australian king spider orchid attracts several male wasps. Christian Ziegler/National Geographic hide caption

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Orchids: 'Inflatable Love Dolls Of The Floral Kingdom'

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Science Roundup: Worms, Snorkels, Cell Battles

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Scientists Say Bat Disease Likely To Spread

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Inuit Hunters Help Scientists Track Narwhals

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Chasing After The Elusive Narwhal

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Sounds Give Researchers Clues To Elephants

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In this Aug. 5, 2006, file photo a flock of birds, disturbed by a plane's take off, takes flight from the side of the runway of the airport in Canandaigua, N.Y. according to Federal Aviation Administration data released for the first time Friday, April 24, 2009, pilots reported striking at least 59,776 birds since 2000. Vasiliy Baziuk/File/AP/The Daily Messenger hide caption

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To Avoid Bird Strikes, Just Tell The Birds To Move

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Lasers And Glowing Dye Illuminate Ocean Processes

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