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  • As it goes high-tech, wildlife biology loses its soul

    As it goes high-tech, wildlife biology loses its soul

    We're learning a lot by monitoring wild animals, but the high tech methods used to track them take some of the mystery out of our relationship with the wild.

  • A sampler of wildlife tech

    A sampler of wildlife tech

    The gadgets we attach to wild animals and fish include radio transmitters, microchips, acoustic tags, geolocators and accelerometers.

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