#RAZOR: How can heat-seeking drones help save wildlife?
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🌍 Around half of the Earth’s wildlife has been lost because of climate change, habitat destruction and exploitation.🦏
Scientists at Liverpool John Moores University are trying to protect those that remain with heat-seeking drones.
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