University Of Michigan Is Installing Cameras In Unique Places
The unique place that these cameras are located? One word--NATURE.
The University of Michigan announced that they have installed motion-triggered cameras to document the state's wildlife. According to CBS Detroit, the new camera systems have been installed in three places in Michigan. One is near the northern tip of the Lower Peninsula, one is in the Upper Peninsula and one is at a wildlife refuge near Saginaw. Researchers installed the 'nature cameras' because they are hoping to learn more about meat-eating animals and their daily activities, habitats and diet.
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