Motion-triggered digital camera traps have given scientists a brand new way to study wild animals. And this method gets up close and personal!!
Managed by Conservation International, the network has deployed camera traps across 16 sites in Asia, Africa and Latin America, at each site, the traps collect up to 60,000 images every year - which may help scientists collect data that would have otherwise taken years to organize.
(Above) is only one of the many wild animals' portraits that have been taken, and we hope to see much MORE of these pictures.
This is sooooo not helping his attempt at not looking like a tool.
We told you about Justin Bieber's deposition last week and how it got fiery when Selena Gomez was brought up, but we had no idea it was like THIS!
Not only did the Biebs go wild when she was mentioned, but he was pretty much acting like a little brat the whole time. While he fidgeted around and made many a faces at the opposing lawyer and the camera, he also refused to answer many questions and when he did, it was usually in a smartass way.
Or maybe we should say, it was an attempt at being a smartass because it's kind of hard to succeed at that when you don't know the difference between instrumental and detrimental.
Want to know what we mean by that??? Ch-ch-check out some highlights from the deposition…AFTER THE JUMP!!!