|Goal||Understand how entire communities of large animals interact|
|Task||Classify images online|
At this very moment in Serengeti National Park, 200 cameras are flashing throughout the night, in corners of the park where tourists never go.
These are camera traps -- remote, automatic cameras that take pictures of passing wildlife - and the Serengeti Lion Project is conducting the largest-ever camera trap survey to better understand the Serengeti ecosystem. The camera traps capture over 1,000,000 images of wildlife each year, capturing the grandeur of the wildebeest migration and rarely seen species from aardvarks to zebras.
Help to transmit these photos by satellite from the Serengeti to the U.S., where they can be analyzed to advance science and conservation. Join this unprecedented initiative to bring cutting edge technology to the wilds of Serengeti, and you'll get first access to witness the Serengeti Live on your computer.
|How to Join||
Visit our website http://www.snapshotserengeti.org/ to being sorting images.
|Ideal Age Group||Adults|
|Spend the Time||indoors|
|Type of Activity||Exclusively online, At school, At home|
|Tags||animals, lion, live, project, scifund, serengeti|
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