Kenyan Wildlife Service Fixes Eight Elephants with GPS Collars

Aside from creating more convenient methods of communication and entertainment such as the iPad 2, technology has many other important uses. For example, the Kenyan Wildlife Service recently fixed eight elephants with GPS collars.

These devices will help the organization study the elephants’ migration patterns in the Tsavo East National Park, as well as monitor the elephants’ health. The tracking devices will also enable the park rangers to better combat poaching, and resolve other human-elephant conflicts without difficulty.

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