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Baby Eagle Dies on Webcam as Viewers Watch Live
By David Sharp
BRI's webcams are research and educational tools that provide valuable information about the natural ecology of specific species. Recently, the death of an eagle chick stirred the debate about whether researchers should intervene in the "grittier side of nature." The Huffington Post presented several sides of the issue in this article.
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