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.
Although Amanda Bynes' eyebrow-raising behavior finally culminated Thursday night after she was arrested for drug possession, reckless endangerment, and tampering with evidence, it seems the troubled starlet's bong-throwing antics have left many of her neighbors uncomfortable for quite some time!
In fact, despite her most recent denial of pot and alcohol use, an unnamed resident of her building is confident there could be MANY other problems at work here!