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Animal Biologists Build Biometric Animal Database

A joint project of the University of Chicago and Princeton appropriately called StripeSpotter is a free and open source software project that allows animal biologists and enthusiasts to catalog ANY animals that display prominent patterns on their coats. The software is meant to identify animals in the wild using photographs taken in the field. As this type of biometric and pattern recognition advances, animal science is set to explode with new data. Here is a a link to their project: StripeSpotter


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