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Critter culture: Whales, dogs are preppy favorites

Not all critters are created equal: Dogs and waterfowl are popular, but cats barely make it onto the radar — at least when it comes to creatures featured on the preppy clothes and accessories that seem synonymous with spring.Full story

Close lunar orbit causes high waves in Honduras

The Honduran government says unusually high waves almost 8 feet (2.4 meters) tall have destroyed more than a dozen food stalls and homes and a lot of palm trees on the country's Pacific Coast. Full story

Tropical fun and sun in heart of Paris

Sand, palm trees, bikinis. Parisians can get their tropical fix without ever leaving the French capital. Full story

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