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No new chronic wasting cases found in Missouri deer

Missouri conservation officials say tests of deer from the fall hunting season have indicated no new cases of chronic wasting disease in free-ranging deer.
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Second Oregon wolf shot, killed by Idaho hunter

The wolf was shot legally by a hunter in Lawyers Canyon about 70 miles south of Lewiston. It crossed into Idaho by swimming the Snake River on Feb. 24.
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Deadly Nile croc captured in Everglades

A deadly young Nile crocodile has been captured alive in Everglades National Park.
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VIDEO: Bear walks rope, entertains hunters

Obstacles aren't a worry for this black bear and the beaver bait it wants.
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VIDEO: Huge hog taken down by hunter

500-pound beast shot by Jett Webb in Bertie County, North Carolina.
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Remington Outdoors calls bid to purchase company "publicity stunt"

Smart gun technology company Global Digital Solutions announced it wants to buy Remington to "transform the cyber arms industry."
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VIDEO: Great white shark "farts" on divers

Caged divers weren't attacked in the way you would expect a shark to attack its prey.
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Ohio bill allowing firearms silencers clears panel

A state legislative committee has approved a bill that would let Ohio hunters use firearms silencers, sending the measure to the full Ohio House.
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Smelt fishing is banned in parts of Maine

Traditional Maine smelt fishing is banned in the lower half of the state this spring from Stonington to the New Hampshire border.
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Late snow delays elk feeding near Ellensburg

For more than four decades, elk have been coming to the Joe Watt and Robinson canyons during the winter months to eat the alfalfa hay put out in the mornings by the state.
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