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Listening to photos – revealing the hidden world of EDGE species

Today I stumbled across the work of Marc Anderson, a nature sound recordist based in Sydney, Australia. Moments later I found myself on Sound Cloud listening to this track; I would describe it as one of the wildest sounds I think I’ve ever heard, and a conversation soon broke out in the office as to […]

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ZSL win £500,000 Google global impact grant

On Monday (3rd June) ZSL won a £500,000 grant from Google’s global impact awards to deploy next generation cameras to stop the poaching of rhinos and elephants in Kenya. The bid was one of ten from UK based charities and was unveiled as the public favourite at the event in London after it received a […]

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Create Your Own EDGE Species

In partnership with EDGE, Mozilla Thimble has built the Awesome Animal Builder project, where you can create your own EDGE species by ‘remixing’ different parts from real EDGE animals. Thimble makes it easy to work with HTML and CSS (the main building blocks of websites) by splitting up the screen so you can change the […]

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