• ScienceDaily | 10/4/2017 | Staff
    The findings have been published in the African Journal of Ecology. "If authorities do not more diligently monitor the international trade in threatened species, those species could be exposed to...
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  • The Aquila Report | 9/12/2017 | Staff
    There is major difference between Augustine’s journey inwards and the journey that has characterized Western thinking since Rousseau. For Augustine, the journey inwards is ultimately the journey...
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  • First Things | 9/7/2017 | Carl R. Trueman
    In lectures over the last couple of years, I have frequently mentioned Philip Rieff’s Psychological Man as a helpful concept for explaining the state of sexual identity politics in the West.
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  • PEOPLE.com | 8/23/2017 | Karen Mizoguchi
    She already has a book coming out, and now, Fiona the baby hippo is getting her own show! Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden announced on Twitter Wednesday that the beloved 30-week-old baby...
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  • phys.org | 7/10/2017 | Staff
    Bertha, believed to be the world's oldest hippopotamus, has died aged 65, the Manila zoo said Monday, having beaten the typical lifespan for the mostly herbivorous mammals by decades. The 2.
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  • Rare | 8/11/2017 | Anna Caplan
    The poignant story of the premature hippo named Fiona is coming to a bookstore near you. The hippo, born six months premature in January at a measly 29 pounds, is now thriving at the Cincinnati Zoo...
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  • phys.org | 7/6/2017 | Staff
    Talk about a cute critter: a hippo small enough to fit in a pet cage. Unveiled to the press Wednesday at a zoo in Chile, it is a two-week-old, female, baby pygmy hippopotamus, as yet unnamed.
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  • Rare | 5/29/2017 | Sari Reese
    Most 4-month-olds love bubbles. Why should Fiona the baby hippo be any different? Video - Cincinnati - Zoo - Botanical - Garden This video, released by the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden,...
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  • Editorial | 5/9/2017 | Staff
    You can't tell exactly what this thing is until it surfaces and turns into an angry hippo!
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