Biodiversity

This interactive map could help you discover a new species

So far, humans have only discovered 20% of the species on Earth. Image: Unsplash/Ulrike Langner

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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image of the interactive map which highlights hotspots where new species are most likely to be found
The interactive map highlights hotspots where new species are most likely to be found. Image: Yale News
A diagram to show the predicted future discovery potential across the major species
The predicted future discovery potential across the major species. Image: Shortfalls and opportunities in terrestrial vertebrate species discovery, Nature Ecology & Evolution
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