Contact: Melissa Andreychek
University of Maryland
Caption: In the Himalayan lowlands, conservation scientist Neil Carter and colleagues set camera traps in pairs to photograph both flanks of passing tigers, so they could identify individual animals by their unique stripes.
Credit: Sue Nichols, Michigan State University Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability
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