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Figure 4 | Animal Biotelemetry

Figure 4

From: An open Web-based system for the analysis and sharing of animal tracking data

Figure 4

The movements of six estuarine crocodiles using Argos-linked GPS tags. The study was conducted in the Wenlock River in Cape York, Queensland, Australia. The colours of the points and lines correspond to an individual crocodile. This project open to the public and the locations of animals were updated on a regular basis for 6 months following the attachment of tags in September 2013.

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