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Jumping Sturgeon Return To North Florida River

Florida wildlife officials say Gulf sturgeon are returning to the Suwannee River, but the fish don't seem to be jumping as much they used to.
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VIDEO: 9-Foot Alligator Roaming Houston Suburb Killed

Texas game wardens have shot and killed a 200-pound, 9-foot-long alligator found roaming backyards in a suburban Houston neighborhood.
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Possible Presidential Candidates Court Gun Lobby

Several potential Republican presidential candidates courted gun-rights supporters at the National Rifle Association's annual convention, talking up their pro-gun credentials.
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Wyoming Game Agency Takes Wolf Hunt Comment

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold public meetings to hear comment on proposed 2014 gray wolf hunting seasons, changes to license issuance and hunter safety regulations.
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Company Aims To Be Torrington's First Gun Maker

Gerry Zordan is going to make guns in Torrington. He is merging a lifetime appreciation of firearms, his dismay over the state's new gun control laws and his business acumen into this: Classic Carbines & Firearms Inc.
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Texas Ag Commissioner Candidate Sees Money In Hogs

A flamboyant figure in Texas politics who is running for the post of agriculture commissioner said the state could boost revenue, create jobs and hedge against the rising cost of meat by expanding its hog-harvesting program.
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Deer Crashes Through Window Of Iowa Classroom

Students at Osage Middle School were surprised, but not hurt, when a deer came crashing through their classroom window.
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Park Rangers Say Bear Sightings Could Increase

National Park Service rangers say bear sightings could increase this year in East Tennessee and southeast Kentucky.
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6,000 Bass Fingerlings Introduced Into False River

6,000 Florida-strain largemouth bass fingerlings were released into False River as part of the effort to return the ailing oxbow lake to its former distinction as a fishing paradise.
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Volunteers Needed To Assess Mule Deer Mortality Rates

Surveys will cover the Wyoming Range and Uinta mule deer herds and will determine which age class was hit the hardest during the winter.
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