In this March 15, 2012 photo released by ConservationDrones.org., conservation drone pioneer Lian Pin Koh, right, of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and partner Serge Wich conduct a drone test flight in Zurich, Switzerland. This year, they have flown more than 200, mostly test runs in Asia using an improved 2.0 version of drone with a 2-meter (6.5 foot) wing span, air time of 45 minutes and a 25-kilometer (15.5-mile) range to track endangered wildlife, spot poachers and chart forest loss. (AP Photo/Juanita Choo-Koh, ConservationDrones.org) NO SALES, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In this March 15, 2012 photo released by ConservationDrones.org., conservation drone pioneer Lian Pin Koh, right, of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and partner Serge Wich conduct a drone test flight in Zurich, Switzerland. This year, they have flown more than 200, mostly test runs in Asia using an improved 2.0 version of drone with a 2-meter (6.5 foot) wing span, air time of 45 minutes and a 25-kilometer (15.5-mile) range to track endangered wildlife, spot poachers and chart forest loss. (AP Photo/Juanita Choo-Koh, ConservationDrones.org) NO SALES, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this March 15, 2012 photo released by ConservationDrones.org., conservation drone pioneer Lian Pin Koh, right, of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and partner Serge Wich conduct a drone test flight in Zurich, Switzerland. This year, they have flown more than 200, mostly test runs in Asia using an improved 2.0 version of drone with a 2-meter (6.5 foot) wing span, air time of 45 minutes and a 25-kilometer (15.5-mile) range to track endangered wildlife, spot poachers and chart forest loss. (AP Photo/Juanita Choo-Koh, ConservationDrones.org) NO SALES, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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