Pulsar Thermal Imagers Quantum XQ50 and XD50S are used in search for missing lynx in Dartmoor Zoo Park.
The escaped lynx,
This is a BBC report on the current status of the search and an insight into how the team are trying to find
The Guardian reports:
"The kit being used is a handheld device called a Pulsar Quantum, which can pick up body heat from the grass where an animal has been lying. The equipment is also capable of taking video and stills"
Find the whole article here.
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