The Sunshine State plays host to a variety of odd festivals celebrating native critters. Here are three of the quirkiest.
The country’s unofficial national dish is delicious, and its preparation is a spectacle to behold.
A 1930s psychologist enrolled a pair of unwitting subjects — his own infant and an adopted baby chimp — to test whether nurture triumphs over nature.
Bred for desert roaming, Akhal-Teke horses have come back from the brink of extinction to find their place as a national symbol.
Cow whisperer Roberta Colombero decided to take a road not well traveled … behind herds of cows in the Alps.
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Rapid advances in artificial intelligence are spawning apps that allow everyone to identify exotic species with the click of a photo.
After being decimated by civil war, airlifting elephants and giraffes helped restore this national parkland.
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Commercial game farming is bringing profits and better-paid jobs while shielding farmers from climate change and animals from extinction.
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Down in Denver Books mixes charm and an obsession with the Beat genre in small-town New York.