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Common Sense Media says

Online community encourages citizen science; watch privacy.

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Educator and Parent Written bykdwyer4 July 11, 2013
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9
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Worth a look

This website would be a great research tool for a student doing a research project on something in the environment. There are links for some of the organisms so that students can find more information out about the organisms from other quoted sources. I can't see children spending a lot of time on this website unless they were really into finding a specific organism, as there are just pictures and some comments for each one and this may not captivate a child's interest.
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Kid, 10 years old May 21, 2013
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2
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love it!

This site is amazing I love the pics they are SO real it is a great learning source I love it it really shows and teaches them about the wild! I love it!
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Parent Written byBinghamKeiser August 22, 2013
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10
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Fun blend of nature, science and the great outdoors for kids and adults

This app is wonderful for getting the kids outdoors! Most kids have at least a camera on their mobile phone so all they need to do is just be kids and find critters and plants to take photos of. The online community helps the kids identify what their uploaded images. This app introduces them to organisms from around the world, different habitats, scientific names, and unique facts about organisms. Entire classrooms can sign up as part of their science class. My two teenagers love it and I'm addicted!
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