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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The interactive map highlights hotspots where new species are most likely to be found. Image: Yale News
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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