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California pet stores can only sell rescue cats, dogs and rabbits

by Caleigh Wells Jan 9, 2019
A new law aims to help the state's overcrowded animal shelters.
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Backyard chickens have been hip for a while, but building them a $20,000 coop takes the trend to a whole new level

by Laura Newberry Jul 16, 2018
Backyard chicken keeping has taken off in the Bay Area as residents seek ways to disconnect from technology. Most people spend $1,000 or less on their birds and coops, but a wealthier subset of chicken owners have really gotten into…
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In Texas, hunting hogs out of a helicopter is big business

by Andy Uhler May 25, 2018
Feral hogs cause millions of dollars in damage to crops across the U.S.
Coulter Airfield in Bryan, Texas is about an hour and a half northwest of Houston. It's where the helicopter hog hunting business, Helibacon, is based.
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The Uncertain Hour

Why aren't falconers allowed in the movies anymore?

by Tony Wagner Mar 1, 2018
Technically, they never were.
A still from "The Royal Tenenbaums," which isn't about falconry, but features a falcon as a major plot point.
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SeaWorld still trying to rebrand after 'Blackfish'

by Andy Uhler Nov 15, 2016
The theme park is getting rid of its killer whale performances next year.
People are rushing their children to SeaWorld to see the orca show before it ends next year.
Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego via Getty Images

Six surprising measures on the ballot today

by Mariam Baksh Nov 8, 2016
Yes, marijuana legalization is a big issue for lots of states, but what about other measures that affect the economy?
Voters cast their ballots.
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For chimps no longer needed for research, smoothies and sanctuary

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 15, 2016
When the National Institutes of Health quit funding biomedical testing on chimpanzees last year, that put most research chimps out of work.
Sarah Baeckler Davis at a sanctuary in North Georgia for chimps retiring from private research labs.
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Importing a beluga whale? There's a form for that

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 7, 2016
Bringing in beluga whales to the US to boost the small number in captivity isn't easy.
Visitors gather at the Georgia Aquarium's beluga tank. Some pull out phones for pictures, others reach out to the glass as if they can touch the whales as they slip by. 
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Now hiring: Hedgehog Officer

by Adriene Hill Jul 6, 2016
Suffolk Wildlife Trust in the U.K. is looking for the new face of hedgehog conservation

Helping pets have a good end-of-life with hospice care

by Marketplace Contributor May 30, 2016
The growing field of pet hospice care helps elderly pets and their owners.
Suki, a 15-year old Cairn terrier, enjoys a little sunshine and a patch of green. Her owners are choosing pet hospice and palliative care as her health declines.
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