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Inventor Scientist Sees World Through Animal Eyes


For more than 20 years, researchers have gone hunting with sharks and stalking prey with tigers from in front of their television monitors. National Geographic researchers have an 'animal eye view' of the world through a video camera built to be attached to living things. "Crittercam," as they call it, has been mounted to animals of over 40 different species. Its creator recently sat down with VOA's Paul Sisco.

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