Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes ofwebsite accessibility
Close Alert

Scientists use tiny trackers, plane to follow moths on move


In this undated image provided by the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior, after tagging, moths are released in Konstanz, Germany, and followed in a light aircraft for up to 80 kilometers into the Alps. (Christian Ziegler/Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior via AP)
In this undated image provided by the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior, after tagging, moths are released in Konstanz, Germany, and followed in a light aircraft for up to 80 kilometers into the Alps. (Christian Ziegler/Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior via AP)
Facebook Share IconTwitter Share IconEmail Share Icon
Loading ...