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What's in a name? Bronx Zoo proudly displays 'snot otters'The Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo is now proudly displaying two Eastern hellbenders _ also known as "devil dogs," "snot otters" or "old lasagna sides."
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Bigfoot on the lam: Sasquatch statues vanish from Ohio storePolice in Ohio are on the lookout for Bigfoot after a gift shop owner reported that painted concrete statues of the hairy creature vanished from outside her store
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Officer charged with punching casino bathroom attendantA Rhode Island police officer charged with punching a 73-year-old casino bathroom attendant because "the water was too cold" is seeking to avoid prison time
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Police: Man grew pot because he thought it'd be legal soonVermont police have arrested a man who acknowledged growing marijuana to prepare for possible statewide legalization of the drug
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Reports of dog attacks interrupt Connecticut mail serviceSome residents of a Connecticut neighborhood aren't receiving their mail at home anymore because a local dog is reportedly biting the mailmen
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In this undated photo provided by the Cincinnati Police Department, officers pose for a photo in Cincinnati with a stuffed moose called Mr. Moosey. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the toy has become a traveling protection talisman sent to police and other first responder agencies around the country. The toy was first given to a Pennsylvania police officer James Gibbas by 5-year-old Mackenzie Brown last year during a traffic stop. The child said she wanted the officer to have it to help keep him safe. (Eric E. Franz/Cincinnati Police Department via AP)
Toy given to police officer as safety talisman gets to OhioPolice in Ohio have received a stuffed toy given by a child to a Pennsylvania police officer to help keep him safe
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FILE In this Monday Dec. 21, 2009 file photo,  Sudan, a northern white rhino, arrives at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. There's just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he's getting some help from the Tinder dating app. A Kenyan wildlife conservancy is teaming up with Tinder for a campaign called "The Most Eligible Bachelor in the World," focusing on the rhino named Sudan. They are raising money for research to save the species from extinction. Sudan and his last two female companions are unable to breed naturally because of issues that include old age. (AP Photo/Riccardo Gangale, File)
World's last male northern white rhino gets help from TinderThere's just one male northern white rhino left in the world, and he's now on the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts try to keep his species alive
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New York bowler rolls perfect 300 game in just 86.9 secondsA New York bowler has rolled a perfect 300 game in less than 90 seconds
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Wild monkey spotted in central Florida neighborhoodWildlife officials are warning central Florida residents to stay away from wild monkeys after one was spotted in the area
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Justin Hubbard, left, hands his newborn baby, Drea Hubbard, to his wife, Kymica Hubbard, during a news conference Monday, April 24, 2017, in Omaha, Neb.  Drea Hubbard was born at the Henry Doorly Zoo on Sunday.  (Megan Farmer/Omaha World-Herald via AP)
Stork delivery? Woman gives birth to baby at Nebraska zooA woman whose baby was due May 14 went into labor early and gave birth at a Nebraska zoo
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Deputy wrangles feisty alligator in central GeorgiaAn alligator has been apprehended at a park in central Georgia after a sheriff's deputy wrestled the creature
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Stuck cow pulled from muddy ditch by Florida deputiesSometimes a law enforcement officer's duty involves rescuing a cat from a tree; sometimes it's a cow
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