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Timeless stories from our 173-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
From emails sent to the City of Oakland last year about a wild peacock living in a North Oakland neighborhood. The records were obtained by Adrien Salzberg at MuckRock. I’ve…
From the results of a YouGov survey measuring the percentage of Americans who believe they could defeat different types of animals in an unarmed fight. Rat House cat Goose Medium-size…
Don’t Dolittle: on the need to reassess our relationship with animals
What happens when we talk to animals?
By Witold Szablowski, from Dancing Bears, a book of reportage that will be published next month by Penguin Books. Szab?owski is a journalist. Translated from the Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones.
By Eileen Myles, from Afterglow (A Dog Memoir), which was published last month by Grove Press. Myles is a poet and the author of twenty books.
Memories of a South African childhood
A hard death on the high road
An Indian village battles an elephant invasion
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