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San Diego State University and San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance (SDZWA) are joining forces to usher in a new way of studying snakes.

In a collaboration between SDSU professor of biology Rulon Clark and SDZWA, biologists are tagging wild rattlesnakes with external transmitters and accelerometers.

To learn more, read the full story on SDSU NewsCenter and check out the video below!


Using acceleration technology and machine learning tools, the team monitors snake behaviors as part of conservation efforts

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