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Tracking Animal Identity, PDF eBook

Tracking Animal Identity PDF

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Identity is vital to any scientific research but it is not always easy to establish, especially with groups of species that look very similar, or those with secretive lifestyles.

A number of fascinating techniques are used to establish species' identities, including recording sounds, monitoring tree damage, DNA analysis, and carbon dating fossil finds.

Case studies include: woodpeckers, fur analysis, and identifying bats in flight.

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