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Why you shouldn't salt a leech that's sucking your blood

Salting a leech that’s sucking your blood could make it vomit into the wound. Biologists behind a new Royal Ontario Museum exhibit on bloodsucking animals suggest better ways to remove leeches and share information about other bloodsuckers, including fish that swim up people’s genitals.

Trump impeachment hearings: What we've learned and what's next

Week 1 of televised impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill offered some interesting new details — and an abundance of clues about how this could play out for U.S. President Donald Trump.

The Queen has ditched buying fur — here's what northern trappers think

In Canada’s North, trapping still provides a livelihood for Indigenous communities. But with the country’s head of state turning her back on the trade, some say it’s a chance to return to traditional ways.

Prince Andrew says he has no recollection of meeting Epstein accuser

Prince Andrew has told a BBC interviewer that staying at the home of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was the "wrong thing to do," but he has "no recollection" of meeting an American woman who alleges she was forced to have sex with him when she was underage.

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