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Most carnivores need larger areas to roam than plant-eating animals. Discovering their numbers and distribution over the landscape is the work of carnivore monitoring. Roger Christophersen from North Cascades National Park explains how park scientists monitor carnivores using hair snares, motion detection cameras, and DNA analysis.
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