|Tracking Animal Behavior|
It is hard enough getting a complete picture of how the most common animals - domestic pets, for example - behave. However, this is tougher still for creatures that are active at night, such as many species of cats, live in remote regions, or live in the top of the tree canopy. Zoologists have developed a variety of techniques to conduct behavioural studies including remote sensing, cameras and video cameras, and webcams.
Animal Trackers, Pack A of 5
Much technology described in the other four books is to assist in the conservation of animal species. Getting information on numbers, behaviour, and movements helps identify environmental problems that need to be addressed. Sometimes scientists have to intervene to boost animal populations. In addition to traditional methods for doing this, several fascinating new techniques have been developed including satellite imagery to identify and stop illegal logging and drones to identify and stop wildlife poaching.
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