Counting Wildlife! - Alaska's Wild Wonders (Issue 7)
Biologists need to know how many animals live in an area (the population) so they can wisely manage them. That way not too many or too few animals are hunted. Sometimes biologists count every animal, and other times they use special techniques to estimate the population. This issue of Wild Wonders explores some of the ways biologists count animals.
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