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The scientists tracked a herd of seven elephants by fitting them with GPS satellite tags as they wandered through the Samburu national reserve in Kenya. Tension between the local population and elephants has worsened in recent years as small-scale farmers have encroached on the parkland to grow crops.

By combining information on the elephants’ movements with chemical tests on hairs plucked from their tails, the researchers recreated the elephants’ routes and also worked out what they ate along the way. Elephant hairs grow about 0.5mm a day and ratios of chemicals in the hairs vary depending on the type of food the elephant is eating at the time.

The tail hair of six of the elephants indicated that they spent most of their time in the arid lowlands of Samburu eating trees and shrubs. During the rainy season they switched to grasses.

The seventh elephant, named Lewis, was different. He spent rainy seasons in lowland Samburu, but then trekked 25 miles to the Imenti Forest, 6,500ft above sea level on Mount Kenya. From here, he made repeated night-time raids into subsistence farms during the dry period from mid-June to mid-August. Tests on tail hairs suggest that between a third and a half of Lewis’s food intake was corn from the farmland, according to the report in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, published yesterday.

Iain Douglas-Hamilton, president of the foundation and the study’s lead author, said crop raids are extremely dangerous. "It is a high-risk, high-gain strategy, and in our elephant’s case it did not pay off. Shortly after the research was done, Lewis suffered multiple gunshots, very likely as a result of crop raiding."

Mr Rasmussen added: "Knowing when the raids are most likely to happen, we can work out the best ways to deter the elephants, when fences or other measures are going to be most needed."

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vehicle tracking system is an electronic device installed in a vehicle to enable the owner or a third party to track the vehicle's location. Most modern vehicle tracking systems use Global Positioning System (GPS) modules for accurate location of the vehicle. Many systems also combine a communications component such as cellular or satellite transmitters to communicate the vehicle’s location to a remote user. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps via the Internet or specialized software.
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