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A Jabiru stork at the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

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GPS for Critters

Alan Burdick / One Earth
Thursday, August 30, 2012

This is not your grandmother’s blob map. The distribution data are nearly infinitely searchable and can be made almost instantly visible. A user can ask a basic question like “Where in the world is the yellow wattlebird?” and get an answer in unprecedented detail. One can map the whereabouts of dozens of species simultaneously, or pick a spot large or small, in Borneo, or British Columbia, or Chicago, and ask: “What are all the species that are found nearby?”

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