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Golden Menageries 2014: As the people of Ukraine ousted their former President Viktor F. Yanukovych, residents of Kiev also spent the weekend...
Almost Human 2013: An animal-rights group filed a writ of habeas corpus in New York state this week on behalf of Tommy,...
Thrill of the Hunt 2013: Multitasking New Yorkers have found a way to exercise dogs usually confined to city apartments and do their part...
In the Ring 2013: The Spanish parliament has passed a bill that would grant the traditional sport of bullfighting protection as a piece...
Seasick 2013: Scientists have struggled to understand the sharp increase in dolphin strandings and deaths this summer season, CNN reports....
Mournful Creatures by Virginia Morell
Man Eaters 2013: Two boys on a weekend sleepover in New Brunswick, Canada were apparently strangled to death by a python, the...
When Cats Attack 2013: Visitors to the Franche-Comte region of France are advised to be on alert, as gangs of feral cats terrorize...
Jurassic Discoveries 2013: Paleontologists in Utah have discovered what they say is a new species of dinosaur. Nasutoceratops titusi, as the dinosaur...
LQ Podcast 39: Animal Minds Scientists and writers like Jane Goodall, Marc Bekoff, Virginia Morell, and Frans de Waal discuss the frontiers of animal minds and what a smart animal kingdom means for humanity’s place in nature.
Man’s Best Friend 77 / Rome
Rachel Carson Returns to the Sea 1951 / Woods Hole, MA
Military Mammals 2013: A rare nineteenth century torpedo was discovered off the coast of Southern California this week—by a very elite squad...
Dead Reckoning 1914 / Antarctica
LQ Podcast 38: Alison Pill Listen to actress and Newsroom star Alison Pill read poetry and prose from our most recent issue, Animals.
A Dog’s World 2013: Dognition, a new scientific startup helmed by a Duke University researcher, aims to collect data for dog cognition...
Dam! 2013: A fisherman in Belarus died this week after being repeatedly bitten on the thigh by a beaver. Once hunted...
LQ Podcast 37: Emily Anthes Developments in biotechnology are letting us drive cockroaches, control rodent minds, and chart the sea’s impenetrables depths, all chronicled in Emily Anthes’ new book, Frankenstein’s Cat.
Man and Beast by Lewis Lapham
Coming Soon: Animals On newsstands March 15
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