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(US/il) Hunter goes hi-tech in finding animal abuse

The walls of Steve Hindi’s home were once adorned with the trophies of dead animals, such as that of a shark he caught and a king salmon.

Today, Hindi said he seeks to attain different kinds of trophies -- that of media exposure of animal abuse, such as through articles in the Chicago Tribune and the New York Times.

Hindi is the president of the Geneva-based nonprofit Showing Animals Respect and Kindness, or SHARK.

Hindi and other members of SHARK recently began testing a new version of their remote-controlled flying octocopter in a field in the Geneva area.

Looking like a mini-UFO, the octocopter shoots into the sky about 400 feet as Hindi and SHARK member Mike Kobliska monitor from the ground.

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full story:
http://www.mysuburbanlife.com/2012/10/31/hunter-goes-hi-tech-in-finding-animal-abuse/aha63tu/

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