Submit sightings of your local flora and fauna and receive fast, accurate information about what you've found. Join and create quests, earn gold, buy supplies, compete against other players, join clans, identify sightings, gain levels, build your collection, move up the leaderboard, all while helping to document and protect your local biodiversity. You can play it anywhere – be it in your backyard, a local park, a remote hiking trail. The game accepts both online and offline sightings, and includes data on over a million species. Your sightings are geo-tagged with location, date and time, so you’re not only mapping your conquests, but if you allow the game to share the data, you're also helping researchers record and protect your local biodiversity. The game is fun, addictive and easy to play. If you're a teacher, you may want to try the school-based version of the game for your class: Ranger Vision (http://ranger.vision)
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