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Japanese Cafés Use Live Owls to Attract Customers

First there were cat cafés, now people are flocking to owl coffee shops.
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Audubon Magazine

A Bat With a Listening Horn

Unfurling leaves act as hearing aids for the Spix's disc-winged bat.
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Audubon Magazine

Pigeons Follow Their Noses Home

Homing pigeons use scents carried on the breeze to navigate.
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Audubon Magazine

Arctic Reindeers’ Eyes Change Colors with the Seasons

Why reindeers’ eyeballs are gold in the summer, blue in winter.
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Audubon Magazine

Attention Scorpions: Don’t Mess with This Murderous, Cannibalistic Mouse

Toxic stings don’t faze a rodent from chomping down on its favorite snack.
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Audubon Magazine

Follow Hudson Bay’s Polar Bears Live [Web Cam]

Cameras reveal how Canada's polar bears fare while waiting for winter's ice.
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Audubon Magazine

Stunning Photos of the Natural World—Taken Through a Microscope

Weird and beautiful photos from Nikon's Small World competition.  
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Audubon Magazine

Protective Vests Help Chickens Cross the Road

Chickens can now safely cross the street.
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Audubon Magazine

Ouch. This Is What Happens When You Spy On Andean Black Bears (Video)

Andean Black Bears don't like being photographed.
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Audubon Magazine

Play a Song, Hurt a Bird?

A new study warns that taped playbacks used to attract birds might be harming them.
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Audubon Magazine

Killer Whales Go Through Menopause

What do middle-aged women and killer whales have in common?
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Audubon Magazine

Kenya’s Rhinos Receive Microchips to Deter Poaching

Poachers are going to be the next ones tracked.
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Bonobos Comfort Each Other After Fights

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Quiz: Identify Raptors in Flight

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African Elephants Innately Understand Pointing

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Wildlife Advocates Take Aim at Katy Perry

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"Extinct" Pinocchio Lizard Spotted in Ecuador

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New Robot to Combat Invading Jellyfish

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Some Marsupials Have So Much Sex, They Die

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Write a Caption For This Photo: Cardinal

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Banana Farming Harming Threatened Costa Rican Crocodile

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Big Brained Birds Are Smarter and Stress Less

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Torrent Frogs Have a Superior Grip

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