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    A red fox runs through the woods in Scarborough, caught on film by a game camera being used for the study being conducted by University of New England professor Noah Perlut.

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    A deer in Scarborough is caught by a game camera used in the Gap Tracks Project.

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    A coyote carrying a groundhog is caught by a game camera.

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    A red fox is shown in a photo taken by a game camera used in a study being conducted by University of New England professor Noah Perlut. The study, called the Gap Tracks Project, uses game cameras on and around the Eastern Trail and is expected to be completed in 2021.

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    Local schoolchildren watch as a UNE student downloads data from a game camera.

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    University of New England professor Noah Perlut heads into the woods to check game cameras.

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    UNE professor Noah Perlut checks game cameras.

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    UNE professor Noah Perlut replaces one of his game cameras after recovering photos and videos.

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    UNE professor Noah Perlut looks up a tree after discovering marks left by a pileated woodpecker.

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    Professor Noah Perlut looks at photos on a laptop after retrieving them from one of his game cameras.

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    One of the game cameras belonging to UNE professor Noah Perlut near the future Eastern Trail extension in Scarborough.

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    UNE professor Noah Perlut unlocks one of his game cameras.

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    University of New England professor Noah Perlut heads into the woods to check game cameras.

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