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13 Amazing Camera Trap Photos from India Taken By Kids

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A big part of my job is working with teachers to integrate my camera trap research into their classrooms. Students from around the world learn science during their school day by doing real science through our eMammal program. Since 2014, students across India have been setting camera traps near their schools. Here are my favorites: 13 amazing camera trap photos from India all taken by kids!

Sambar

Camera Trap Photos from India
Gorgeous mom and calf

Wild Boar

Camera Trap Photos from India

Honey Badger

Camera Trap Photos from India

Gaur

Camera Trap Photos from India

Northern Plains Gray Langur Monkey

Camera Trap Photos from India

Chital AKA Spotted Deer

Camera Trap Photos from India

Chital AND Northern Plains Gray Langur Monkey

Camera Trap Photos from India
Party at the pond!

Raptor Species

Camera Trap Photos from India
I am a mammalogist and am not sure of this species ID. If you know, please let me know and I will update this photo. 

Indian Peafowl

Camera Trap Photos from India

Indian Crested Porcupine

Camera Trap Photos from India

Dhole AKA Asiatic Wild Dog

Camera Trap Photos from India

Tiger

Camera Trap Photos from India
This tiger is one of my favorite camera trap photos from India

To see the full results of the study, read “Do Kids Make Good Citizen Scientists? Discoveries from eMammal Camera Traps Around the World.”

To find out what’s in your schoolyard (or backyard), you can purchase a camera trap here.

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