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Roland Kays | UNC-TV Science

  • Aired: 02/01/2017
  • 05:58
  • Rating: NR
Researchers at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences are launching the the largest camera trap animal survey ever attempted. The study hopes to collect 20,000 photos from all 100 NC counties over three years. The pictures will provide data to assess wild animal habitats, behaviors, populations and interactions with development.
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Roland Kays | UNC-TV Science
Roland Kays | UNC-TV Science
Frank Graff talks with Dr. Roland Kays of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
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