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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Jan. 29, 2014) — Bird species that fly in a V-formation do so to conserve energy, according to scientists in the UK. In experiments with free-flying birds, researchers at the Royal Veterinary College in London have answered a centuries-old question by demonstrating that birds like the Northern Ibis create a slipstream for their flock-mates to follow, thereby making flight more efficient. Jim Drury has more. Video provided by Reuters
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One of A Kind Treatment Could Help Paralyzed Dogs Walk Again

One of A Kind Treatment Could Help Paralyzed Dogs Walk Again

Buzz60 (Oct. 7, 2014) — Doctors at Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine program are working with paralyzed dogs to help them walk on all 4 legs again. It's one of the only clinical trials of its kind in the world. Buzz60's Leigh Scheps (@LeighTVReporter) introduces one pup going through treatment. Video provided by Buzz60
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Halibut Weighing More Than a Gorilla Caught in Norway

Halibut Weighing More Than a Gorilla Caught in Norway

Buzz60 (Aug. 16, 2013) — An angler has broken the world record for largest Atlantic halibut caught, by reeling in a 513-pound halibut off the coast of Norway. Angelreisen Hamburg touring company ( organized the fishing trip to Kjollefjord, Norway, where the monster was caught. Patrick Jones has the story.
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Lionfish Are Bigger, Spreading to Disturbing Ocean Depths

Lionfish Are Bigger, Spreading to Disturbing Ocean Depths

Buzz60 (July 15, 2013) — Scientists blame frustrated pet owners for the spread of the invasive Lionfish from the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean. New research says that Lionfish in the Atlantic are growing larger and traveling to depths deeper than once thought possible.
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