Sunday, 10 January 2016
Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique was once among the most diverse places on earth, but decades of war decimated the park's large animal populations. Now, an international conservation effort is working to restore the park's wildlife - and they need you to help document this incredible recovery.
They have deployed an array of trail cameras around the park that use motion sensors to snap photos when an animal moves in front of them. They need your help to identify all the animals in these photos. The identifications that you record will build a data set that scientists can use to better understand which animals exist in Gorongosa, where they are and how they behave.