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UPDATE: A New Sister Project has Launched

I'm excited to announce the launch of a new sister project, Megafauna of Oceania.

"The project's goal is to document and share wild megafauna indigenous to Oceania, a "continent" associated with many landmasses of the southern Indo-Pacific, perhaps most notably Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Polynesia, and Hawaii. Other than that, this project can be utilized in any way desired."

If you have any observations from these locations, or just want to check what the project list, I strongly encourage you to join the project and share these observations.

Posted on April 21, 2018 12:50 by bobby23 bobby23 | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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"Megafauna" is often treated as an informal term, but this project follows the criteria outlined by Paul S. Martin. It consists of animal species weighing a minimum of 40 kilograms (90 lb.) (Martin, 1984; Martin et al., 1999). Species whose average mass typically is lower than 40 kg but still have recurring documentation of exceptionally massive individuals are included, even if such massive ...more ↓

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