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Hi lubincindy! Sorry to overload you with comments on this - I know there is a lot of information to take in when you first join the community! Please can you take a few moments to read the FAQs as these will provide you with further tips & guidance.As Daniele & others have stated, you need to separate this into 5 spottings. You can do this by creating new spottings for the wildebeest, leopard, lion cub & elephant. Each should have the correct species title at the top, & we would also appreciate it if you could Google & add the scientific name for each so that they do not go on the unknowns list. Finally, we request that you add where you spotted these animals in the habitat or notes field - zoo, wildlife park etc so we can easily tell that the spotting features a captive animal.
Apart form the previous comments I would like to inform you that I have moved it to the group of Mammals.
Hi lubincindy, and welcome to Project Noah from the rangers team! As Noah Citizen has indicated this spotting needs to separated into 5 spottings, one for each species. Also, the images are quite pixelated: are these original shots taken by yourself? Thanks for letting us know.
Welcome to Project Noah,please edit
Welcome to Project Noah Lubincindy!You do have 4 different animals here. You may split them in 4 spottings to be more accurate. I must admit I was quite surprised to se a rhino picture with the title " leopard ". Thank you!
Lat: 33.67, Long: -111.88
Spotted on Dec 19, 2011 Submitted on May 11, 2012