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A Tasmanian research team is going to great heights to save the endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle.

Using GPS trackers, scientists have been tracking the movements of 25 young eagles in order to predict their migratory and hunting patterns.

It's hoped this knowledge will help preserve the endangered animal, which loses dozens of it's kind a year from man-made threats.

Read more here: Wedge-tailed eagles wear trackers for research into safer flights -

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