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All photos was taken by me in Bioparc Valencia.
Hi KasiaGreczyn, can you please move your map pin to the correct location by going into edit mode and dragging the pin manually to the correct location. Thanks.
Hello Kasia. You have some beautiful images, that's for sure. You'll need to turn those images into "spottings" though. First off, a spotting is an observation with digital images (you've taken) that focuses on a single species of organism. So you need to decide the "category" of the spotting. Is it of a plant, bird, reptile, etc? (If one image has two species you can add it twice, one for each species but in separate spottings). You can't select a category if you put different species from different categories in the same spotting. Your spotting above actually has the makings of several spottings because here at Project Noah, each spotting is about "one" species of animal, plant, fungus or other organism. So please select and keep one of the species images for this spotting, and remove the other species images from this spotting but use them to create new individual spottings, one for each species. Each spotting can have up to 6 photos, but they all need to be of the same individual(s) of one species taken at the same time, in the same place. (And the species must visible enough to make identification possible in theory.) That's what a spotting is: a unique individual (or the same individuals) of a single species, taken at the same time, in the same place. If any of those things are different about an image, that image needs to go in its own spotting. Be sure to also select the correct category for each spotting. Thanks!
Spotted on Jun 20, 2014 Submitted on Nov 12, 2014
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