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Fig. 1 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 1

From: Using an active Radio Frequency Identification Real-Time Location System to remotely monitor animal movement in zoos

Fig. 1

Aerial view of the two larger yards (North and South Habitats) and the smaller yard (Watering Hole) in relation to the Base Camp interpretive center that houses the master anchor (indicated by a star). Two gates, illustrated with blue rectangles, connect North and South Habitat. Readers for North Habitat are indicated by triangles, while readers for South Habitat/Watering Hole are indicated by squares. Red circles show the locations of the three observation towers accessible to zoo personnel. Base map ©2016 Google

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