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Clones vs drones: Tahiti battles nine invasive species to save iconic bird


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Drones from local company Matari were used to combat invasive ants © Alice Bousseyroux Pounced on by rats, attacked by Myna birds and devoured by killer clone ants: it sounds like a horror film, but this year the Tahiti Monarch of French Polynesia has reached record numbers thanks to the herculean efforts of conservationists and volunteers, supported by new technology.ViObrZSCcXk

 

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