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Drones in Hong Kong

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My name is Elisa Serafinelli. I work as a Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield (UK). I am currently working on a research project titled Drones in Visual Culture

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funded by AHRC Research Council. Lauren O'Hagan is working with me on the project.

I am writing this post as we are looking for drone users to take part in this study. Taking part in this study will give participants the opportunity to display their work in a drone visuals exhibition in June 2021 (if they wish).

If you are interested please contact me at e.serafinelli@sheffield.ac.uk.

Drone Footage Captures Elusive Finless Porpoises in Hong Kong



Two silvery-white porpoises glide through the ocean, captured in the lens of a drone camera. The pair swim side by side, occasionally surfacing for a quick breath of air. After a few minutes, they're joined by several other porpoises, and the group travels together before disappearing into deeper waters.

This is the first drone video ever recorded of the rare and very elusive Indo-Pacific finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides) in Hong Kong, says Gary Stokes, director of Oceans Asia, a Hong Kong-based marine conservation group.

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