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Keeping track of animals through the “social network”

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University of Florida researchers are looking at a new way to keep track of animal migration and habitat patterns.  WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown spoke with University of Florida Landscape Ecology Assistant Professor Robert Fletcher about a new model based on social networking.

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