Biologging feeds scientists with data on stork behaviour

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  • Sunday, 08 Feb 2015

University of Tokyo scientists are able to study the hunting behaviour of sperm whales by tagging them with a data logger. Photo: University of Tokyo.

A data logger attached to animals yield useful information on their behaviours.

Biologging, in which animals are tagged to keep tabs on their movements and behaviour, was first tried in Malaysia in 2010 on captive milky storks in Zoo Negara.

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