There are many robots that are used in animal conservation.
Scientists are using telmetric robotic eggs to gather information about how cranes incubate their eggs, so that scientists can mimic the process in the incubators.
Scientists at the University of South Carolina use thermometers tucked inside mussel shells to study how global warming affects coastal invertebrates. These robo-mussels pick up on how the animal’s shell interacts with sun, wind, and tide to determine its body temperature—a subtle point that a plain old thermometer would miss.
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