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Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Managing crocodiles in Jamaica

Crocodiles surround this beautiful island. Dr. Brady Barr and the University of Florida teach some capture techniques.

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Similar to how bats use sound to navigate in the dark Daniel uses a click sound to perceive the presence of objects.

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