The National Institutes of Health announced their 50 remaining chimps will be going into retirement. NPR's Ari Shapiro spoke with Cathy Willis Spraetz, president and chief executive of Chimp Haven, where the chimps will ultimately be housed.
The history of the Chesapeake Bay has long been tied up in the Oyster industry, but over-harvesting and environmental degradation caused the Bay oyster population to nearly disappear by the end of the 20th century. As Kate Livie describes in her new book, oysters are now making a big comeback.
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