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User avatar #17 - Shorticus
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(01/14/2013) [-]
We have those all over Canada. They aren't used very often, hardly ever really.
User avatar #134 to #17 - schneidend
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...How would you even know how often they're used? Do you have a camera trained on them 24/7?
User avatar #218 to #134 - Shorticus
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(01/15/2013) [-]
Government workers put motion activated cameras on them to see if any animals use them. Only a handful of pictures have wildlife in them. There's actually a famous one with a bobcat in it.
User avatar #110 to #17 - thatguyuthinkuknow
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mostly because its over the highways, and the noise keeps the animals away usually, but there's plenty in the national parks in B.C. and Alberta and ive heard that they are used fairly often
User avatar #95 to #17 - kingarturi
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I've only ever seen one. what part of canada do you live in?
User avatar #217 to #95 - Shorticus
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(01/15/2013) [-]
Alberta/BC. They. Are. EVERYWHERE
#23 to #17 - autoxx
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One bear came halfway across one a few years ago, he got scared and ran back.
They have cameras on these things 24/7 and they are just a waste of something like 6 million apiece.
User avatar #219 to #23 - Shorticus
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I know; it's such a waste of money :/