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Man says he ate birds, turtles in 13 months adrift

A man leaves Mexico in December 2012 for a day of shark fishing and ends up surviving 13 months on fish, birds and turtles before washing ashore on the remote Marshall Islands thousands of miles away.
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Bear baiting opponents collect 78,528 signatures

Maine voters rejected a similar measure in 2004. Opponents of the referendum drive say bear baiting is an essential tool in controlling Maine's bear population and ensuring the safety of Maine residents.
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Tiny minnow is 1st fish taken off endangered list

A tiny minnow that lives only in Oregon backwaters is the first fish ever taken off U.S. Endangered Species Act protection because it is no longer threatened with extinction.
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New reality show looking for gun nuts

If you're the nuttiest gun nut around, drop the producers a line and take your shot at reality show fame.
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Gallup: Record number of Americans think gun laws too strict

In a surprising reversal of previous trends, a Gallup poll found much of the increased dislike of current gun control laws comes from Americans who believe they are too strict.
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VIDEO: Flying turkey slams into window

Spring turkey season is right around the corner. Instead of a building, we suggest you get in the woods and call a gobbler in!
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VIDEO: Confused moose jumps from building

WARNING: A moose was confused and stressed near a parking lot and ultimately jumped to its death.
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Number of deer bagged by Ohio hunters falls

The state is attributing a large drop in the number of deer bagged by Ohio hunters to the effect of liberal bag limits in past years meant to bring down the number of deer.
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Hundreds of hunters track wily prey in northeast Pennsylvania

The three-day event, which is sponsored by District 9 of the Pennsylvania Trappers Association, was held at the Triton Hose Company and attracted 759 hunters who converged on a seven-county area in the northeast, each hoping to harvest the heaviest coyote.
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Experts test clothing of suspected cougar victim

Experts will examine the torn clothing of a homeless man to determine whether a mountain lion mauled him at his California campsite.
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