The Cry Baby is on sabbatical ....

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Smile: Animals on candid camera

Scientists have long used "photo blinds" to photograph animals in their natural habitats. The cameras are hidden and are triggered by motion sensors, photographing whatever happens in front of them. Now the Smithsonian has brought together more than 202,000 wildlife photos from seven projects conducted by Smithsonian researchers and their colleagues into one searchable, and very cool,  website, Be a voyeur and have a peek.


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