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Mink, a Boykin spaniel, holds an ornate box turtle that she sniffed out. She is one of a team of specially trained hunting dogs that are helping conservationists and researchers find rare turtles in Iowa. Kate Payne/IPR hide caption

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Good Girl! These Dogs Are Helping Save Habitats By Finding Rare Turtles

Iowa researchers have implemented an innovative method to help conserve a species that once thrived on the state's prairies — the ornate box turtle.

An employee works at a wiring harness and cable assembly manufacturing company in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, that exports to the U.S. in 2017. The auto industry says threatened tariffs would play havoc with supply chains. Jose Luis Gonzalez/Reuters hide caption

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Ohio To Juárez And Back Again: Why Tariffs On Mexico Alarm The Auto Industry

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A police officer stands guard at a cemetery in Butembo during a funeral for people who died of Ebola. Many burial teams in Democratic Republic of the Congo have been attacked by hostile residents. John Wessels /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An Urgent Mystery: Who's Attacking Ebola Responders In Congo — And Why?

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The Granville Street Bridge leads to downtown Vancouver, whose skyline of gleaming apartment towers hugging the waterfront is reminiscent of Hong Kong. Jackie Northam/NPR hide caption

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Vancouver Has Been Transformed By Chinese Immigrants

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Mink, a Boykin spaniel, holds an ornate box turtle that she sniffed out. She is one of a team of specially trained hunting dogs that are helping conservationists and researchers find rare turtles in Iowa. Kate Payne/IPR hide caption

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Good Girl! These Dogs Are Helping Save Habitats By Finding Rare Turtles

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