Flying robots protect endangered wildlife

These flying robots protect endangered wildlife. Drones collect snot from whales, snap photos of rare monkeys, count penguins and more. Read the article about how flying cameras are being used such as ‘SnotBot’ which flies through the blow of blue whales collecting DNA to track and understand whale populations, ‘Dronequi’ which detects thermal sensors and heat of endangered muriquis monkeys in Brazil and orangutans in Sumatra to aid with protection and camera traps keeping an eye out for poachers in Africa, who might harm rhinos and other protected animals.

Read the full article here These flying robots protect endangered wildlife | Science News for Students

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