Drones target wildlife poachers as hi-tech battle rages




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Poachers backed by international syndicates are slaughtering elephants and rhinos just for their highly valuable tusks and horns.

As GPS-tagged armed rangers and sniffer dogs patrol game reserves across Africa, unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, could provide them with a powerful new tool battle to preserve the continent’s endangered species.

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Ol Pejeta Conservancy Kenya has been experimenting with new technology. Its chief commercial officer, Robert Breare, discusses the pros and cons this “eye in sky”. (BBC)

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