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Crew queues zoo for a thermal review

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Assessing the health of wild animals is a difficult task. It’s hard to explain to an echidna, also known as a spiny anteater, that you need it to sit still so that you can measure its heart rate — if you can even get to within explaining distance of its quills. Researchers at The Lindner Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW), conveniently located at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, took advantage of their location to conduct a study on using infrared thermography to assess animals’ health — without having to use a...Read full article

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