Zebra "Barcodes"

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Zebra "Barcodes"

Field ecologists usually depend on observation and genetic data found in excrement to study individual animals. A new barcode-like scanning system could help make recognition easier and more accurate. Daniel Rubenstein, a professor of ecology at Princeton University tells us how it's done.

Field ecologists usually depend on observation and genetic data found in excrement to study individual animals. A new barcode-like scanning system could help make recognition easier and more accurate. Daniel Rubenstein, a professor of ecology at Princeton University tells us how it's done.

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