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Camera traps, like the one seen here for the corridor project in Namibia with project partners Elephant Human Relations Aid, are useful tools to monitor habitat use, animal movement & behavior, and even track crime. They help inform future conservation decisions and government actions.
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Camera traps, like the one seen here for the corridor project in Namibia with project partners Elephant Human Relations Aid, are useful tools to monitor habitat use, animal movement & behavior, and even track crime. They help inform future conservation decisions and government actions.
#ConservationInAction

Have you helped elephants today? Get an EXCLUSIVE badge to use on your social media to brag about how you helped elephants today when you donate for #GivingTuesday!
elephantconservation.org/donations/giving-tuesday/
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Have you helped elephants today? Get an EXCLUSIVE badge to use on your social media to brag about how you helped elephants today when you donate for #GivingTuesday!
https://elephantconservation.org/donations/giving-tuesday/
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