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// The team set up camera traps to gather more information about loris behaviour in the forest. Their location is carefully recorded so when animals are photographed, a map of their movements can be created.

The team set up camera traps to gather more information about loris behaviour in the forest. Their location is carefully recorded so when animals are photographed, a map of their movements can be created.

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