"Global Access to Knowledge About Life on Earth"
1.3 million + pages, 2.5 million + images, podcasts, videos, community sharing and more
If you are doing a project on animals or plants, this is a great resource to check out.
"Putting Biodiversity on the Map. . . Map of Life aims to support effective and global biodiversity education, monitoring, research and decision-making by assembling and integrating a wide range of knowledge about species distributions and their dynamics over time."
971,132 species and 366 million records all on one searchable world map.
Click on a location and find out what animals live within 50km of that spot.
Type in an animal and find out where they can be found in the world.