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Wild Cat Mimics Monkey Sounds to Capture Prey

One wild cat species goes beyond physical camouflage to capture its prey it disguises its voice, mimicking the calls of its victims, a new study finds. Full story

For online 'super reviewers' rewards go offline

Damien Smith leans in to hug Mairead Kelly. They have never met, but he has read her reviews dozens of times. "I can finally put a face to the person. She's a great writer," Smith said, sampling some squid ink risotto and moving between groups of smiling online friends. Full story

Amazon launches UK grocery website

U.S. online retailer Amazon has launched a grocery website in Britain, offering customers products from companies including Kraft, Pepsi and Proctor & Gamble. Full story

Amazon went down yesterday — but why?

Amazon was "experiencing an issue," third-party merchants advised yesterday. Yet we still don't know why. Full story

Amazon to acquire online store Woot

Amazon.com Inc said on Wednesday it signed an agreement to acquire online store Woot.com, which sells discounted products and operates an online community, for an undisclosed sum. Full story

Silva: 'Gringo' outsiders keep nose out of Amazon

Brazil's president has blasted "gringo" outsiders for protesting a planned hydroelectric dam to be built in the Amazon. Full story

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A picture taken on August 24, 2006 at Nantes-Saint Nazaire harbor, western France, shows trunks of exotic wood. The European Union banned on July 7, 2010 illegally-harvested timber in a bid to protect forests from the Amazon to Asia, fight climate change and ensure that furniture comes from legal w