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Used to pick up signals from tracking gear on the ground, collect images of wildlife and habitats from the air, gather acoustic data with specialized hydrophones, or even collect snot samples from whales' blowholes, drones are capable of collecting high-resolution data quickly, noninvasively, and at relatively low cost.
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Monitoring river dolphins in the Amazon is expensive and time consuming. Because of that there is a scarce understanding about their abundance and distribution. Our study aimed at...
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