2021’s Most Fascinating Animals
The New York Times
Highlights from some of the most unusual discoveries in the animal kingdom this year.
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Saying he wanted safe and orderly proceedings, Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk asked lawyers not to disclose the hearing and planned to add it to the public case file only the evening before.
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