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Tove Danovich is the author of Under the Henfluence: Inside the World of Backyard Chickens and the People Who Love Them. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Ringer, Eater, NPR, the Guardian, and many other outlets. Her articles have been selected for Year’s Best Sports Writing and Best Food Writing, and have been notable selections in Best American Food Writing and Best American Travel Writing. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

Our love of orcas is making them miserable

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The very cute, totally disturbing tale of the American “it” dog

How the quest to own the nation’s most popular, most Instagram-worthy pup has bred a world of problems.

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Why the US egg industry is still killing 300 million chicks a year

Hatcheries promised to stop killing male chicks by 2020. What’s taking so long?