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The new design shows the animals standing shoulder to shoulder, proudly walking in the wild. "NEW LOOK, Same Great Taste!" the package says. Mondelez International hide caption

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Saigas lie dead in Torgai Betpak Dala in Kazakhstan during the mass mortality event in May 2015. Courtesy of the Joint saiga health monitoring team in Kazakhstan (Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity, Kazakhstan, Biosafety Institute, Gvardeskiy RK, Royal Veterinary College, London, UK) hide caption

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Mike, the LSU Tigers mascot, is an 11-month old Siberian-Bengal mix. Courtesy of Eddy Perez, LSU hide caption

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The LSU Tigers' New Tiger Makes His Debut

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Volunteers unload one of 35 dogs flown from Texas shelters to Seattle in Hurricane Harvey's aftermath. The dogs arriving in Seattle were already in Texas shelters when Harvey hit and are being transferred so animals displaced by the flooding can be cared for until they can be reunited with their families. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Not only are kids raising animals and learning the how-tos of vaccinations and record-keeping, 4-H'ers are also being taught how to add up the costs and weigh them against future profits. Darren Huck/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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White rhinoceros Gracie (left) and Bruno — seen in their enclosure at Thoiry Zoo in France on Tuesday — are safe. Poachers broke into the zoo overnight and killed a 4-year-old male white rhino named Vince. Christian Hartmann/Reuters hide caption

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An Egyptian fruit bat flies in an abandoned quarry near the village of Mammari, Cyprus, in 2007. Alex Mita/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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When Bats Squeak, They Tend To Squabble

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NOAA says this ghostlike octopod, discovered more than 2 1/2 miles underwater near Hawaii, is almost certainly an undescribed species. Courtesy of NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, Hohonu Moana 2016. hide caption

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The College Of William And Mary anthropology professor Barbara J. King presents her "last" lecture, on emotions in the animal world, as she prepares to retire from academic life. Courtesy of Skip Rowland hide caption

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