Man In Northern Ireland Takes His Sheep Shopping

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The akikiki bird is endangered and only found on Kauai. Courtesy Kauai Forest Bird Recovery Project hide caption

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Warming Climate Is Quieting Kauai's Colorful Forest Birds

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Fiona, a hippo calf born six weeks premature, on Jan. 24, now weighs at least 375 pounds. Courtesy of the Cincinnati Zoo hide caption

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While Fighting The Odds, Fiona The Hippo Became A Social Media Star

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As the drought has extended into yet another rainy season, some herders walk for hours to get to this dam. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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As The Climate Changes, Kenyan Herders Find Centuries-Old Way Of Life In Danger

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A driver watches as an unusual sight passes by the side of the car: a herd of bison, recently escaped from a nearby farm in Gilford, N.H. By evening, local police had successfully rounded up the herd. Courtesy of Courtney Schwartzkopf/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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An African cheetah (acinonyx jubatus lanea) at Inverdoorn Game Reservein South Africa. Thierry Falise/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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New Research Suggests Why Mid-Sized Animals Are The Fastest

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Native Americans Sue After Government Says Grizzly Bears No Longer Endangered

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Scientists Discover Sneaky Spider That Fools Predators

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With an American honeybee queen for a mother and a European honeybee drone for a father, this worker bee has a level of genetic diversity unseen in the U.S. for decades. Researchers at Washington State University hope a deeper gene pool will give a new generation of honeybees much-needed genetic traits, like resistance to varroa mites. The parasite kills a third of American honeybees each year. Megan Asche/Courtesy of Washington State University hide caption

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