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That is great, Scott Frazier. Any thing that we can do for endangered species helps.
If my suggestion is correct, this species is endangered according to an IUCN assessment owing to its severely fragmented habitat. Perhaps erring on the side of caution, I have in the meantime taken the liberty to implement the following Project Noah policy on critically endangered species: "...if we find out that a submitted spotting is of a critically endangered species in the wild, we will zoom out the map and drop the location pin at a different location. This way, exact coordinates will not be available."
Spotted on Feb 18, 2014 Submitted on Feb 18, 2014