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Do you know this goose? Researchers have developed a new facial recognition tool for geese that can ID them based on their beaks. Konrad Lorenz Research Center hide caption

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Enhance! HORNK! Artificial intelligence can now ID individual geese

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The farm's green rolling hills are covered with olive, oak, fruit and nut trees, which provide ample food for migrating geese. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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This Spanish Farm Makes Foie Gras Without Force-Feeding

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Bar-headed geese tend to follow the sharp ups and downs of the Himalayas as they migrate, research finds. John Downer/Nature Picture Library/Corbis hide caption

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Highflying Geese Save Energy By Swooping Like A Roller Coaster

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