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Where the Animals Go

Tracking Wildlife With Technology in 50 Maps and Graphics

by James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti

Hardcover, 174 pages, W W Norton & Co Inc, List Price: $39.95 |

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Where the Animals Go
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Tracking Wildlife With Technology in 50 Maps and Graphics
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James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti

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Incorporating sophisticated infographics, a comprehensive, data-driven portrait of the behaviors of the planet's wildlife draws on pioneering research made possible by current advances in satellite, camera and other digital technologies to reveal nature's unique talents and survival skills.

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A map in Where the Animals Go shows how baboons move near the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya, as tracked by anthropologist Margaret Crofoot and her colleagues in 2012. Margaret Crofoot, University of California, Davis; Damien Farine, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology /Courtesy of Oliver Uberti hide caption

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Margaret Crofoot, University of California, Davis; Damien Farine, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology /Courtesy of Oliver Uberti