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Obeast conservation film

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Uploaded on Jul 29, 2010

In July 2010 obeastologists Stanley Keen and Lucy Dwight captured and tagged their first male obeast. The data collected from the animal's gps collar will provide invaluable insight on the migratory and living habits of the endangered and reclusive North American Obeast. This project (and the resulting documentary) was produced with support from the Museum for Obeast Conservation Studies.

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