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Unsuspecting Animals Caught On Camera By Zoo's Urban Wildlife Institute

Now in its seventh year, it's the largest study of urban wildlife and has amassed 1 million photos.

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The Rusty Patched Bumble Bee is first bee in America to be protected under Endangered Species Act.

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It was a black-and-white Christmas at the zoo with the birth of a new colobus monkey.

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"Chicago Pigeon Society" is one of at least 3 Facebook pages providing pics and more of city's pigeons.

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The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum will celebrate its origins as the Chicago Academy of Sciences.

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Foster, the Bernese mountain dog mix, will represent a Chicago shelter during the Puppy Bowl.

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The young cats—now named Frosty, Icy and Elmo—stuck it out in the cold together until they were rescued.

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When first settlers arrived in Chicago, they brought domesticated pigeons with them as a food source.

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Allen Brown is suing Marriott, saying he was painfully attacked by bed bugs in two different rooms.

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The Wiener's Circle also found new ways to draw attention, while DePaul went in the opposite direction.

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The Critical Animal Relief Foundation is seeking donations for the cat's eye medical care.

Hegewisch »

Bald eagles, both adults and a juvenile, are hanging out on Chicago's South Side.

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The puppy is visiting for two weeks and will get a full year of training to become a true therapy dog.

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