"Always sleep" Successfully Installed Tracker: Still Looking for the Fence and Wanting to Go Out | The Third Wild Training
2019/6/1 14:17:00 本站

On May 23, after the first experience of installing the tracker for "no move", the staff of Guangdong Pangolin Rehabilitation and Wild Training Center of CBCGDF carried out the "always sleep" from the cage to install the tracker smoothly, and then started walking. The whole process took less than 10 minutes. "Always sleep" was so smart that it found the fence, and it had climbed for the first time. It remembered the direction and location very clearly. It didn't return to the cage until about 7 o’clock and kept drinking and eating.


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Original Chinese article:

http://www.cbcgdf.org/NewsShow/4854/8752.html


By / Li Xue