Browsing Conservation Science Publications by Subject "VIDEOS"
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An inexpensive and open-source method to study large terrestrial animal diet and behaviour using time-lapse video and GPSThe behaviour of free-ranging animals is difficult to study, especially on the large spatial and temporal scales relevant to long-lived large species. Animal-borne video and environmental data collection systems (AVEDs) record behaviour and other data in real time as animals conduct daily activities....
Come on baby, let's do the twist: the kinematics of killing in loggerhead shrikesShrikes use their beaks for procuring, dispatching and processing their arthropod and vertebrate prey. However, it is not clear how the raptor-like bill of this predatory songbird functions to kill vertebrate prey that may weigh more than the shrike itself....