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The Week’s Strangest Interactions Between Humans and Wild Animals

 They had to chase it for a quarter-mile first. The same afternoon, a second Minnesota bald eagle with a broken wing lead rescuers on a second, excruciating chase. “He’s a runner,” one exhausted eagle-rescuer said. This second bird also had a heart murmur.

Peaches, the pet corn snake of a public library in Connecticut, was found dead after an unknown library patron poisoned her with a heavy-duty cleaning solvent. A group called Friends of Animals offered a reward for information and its president, whose name is Priscilla Feral, noted that the murder was especially heart-wrenching since “snakes are wordless” and, therefore, Peaches could not communicate her suffering.

Indian officials found a dead falcon near the Pakistan border, outfitted with an antennae and miniature camera, and suspected it of espionage. A bear in Laos had brain surgery, and Chinese monkeys attacked men dressed like pandas.

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