A female Key deer runs away after being outfitted with a radio collar to help biologists track its movements.
A female Key deer runs away after being outfitted with a radio collar to help biologists track its movements. Christine Ogura U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
A female Key deer runs away after being outfitted with a radio collar to help biologists track its movements. Christine Ogura U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Key deer outfitted with radio collars to fight screwworm

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