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|GigaPan-like Photomosaic Reveals Prehistoric Elephant Behavior|
February 22, 2012. Two members of the Fine Outreach for Science Fellows program used the photomosaic techniques promoted by the Carnegie Mellon University program to study the long trackway of a herd of prehistoric elephants, resulting in new insights into the social behavior of these creatures. The findings were published Feb. 22 in the journal Biology Letters.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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