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Veterinarians at Washington State University are raising nine tiny great horned owls whose nests have been destroyed. The baby owls are rarely seen by the public because adult owls make it difficult to get near a nest.

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Reuters - Light News Video Online (Jan. 6, 2015) — The Palestine Wildlife Society celebrates National Bird Day by releasing two eagle owls in Bethlehem. Tara Cleary reports. Video provided by Reuters
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New 'Big Nosed' Dinosaur Discovered

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Buzz60 (July 18, 2013) — A new dinosaur, nasutoceratops, was discovered in the Utah badlands by scientists from the University of Utah. Its name in Latin means 'big-nosed, horned-face' and that kind of sums up the new guy from the triceratops family. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports.
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