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Submission + - The Encyclopedia of Life passes the 1 million page mark (eol.org)

Chuckles08 writes: The Encyclopedia of Life project (http://eol.org/), an online resource aggregating information about all life on Earth, now has over 1 million taxon pages with content. All content is licensed under a Creative Commons license and includes text, over 1.5 million images, video, and sounds. It's an amazing resource for educators since the information is curated and rated. EOL also develops tools to make the content even more accessible, like the field guide tool (http://fieldguides.eol.org) that lets you build a customized online (and printable) field guide about any group of species or higher taxa.
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The Encyclopedia of Life passes the 1 million page mark

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