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  • EOL.org Landing page
    Landing page //
    2020-01-19

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  • anyone know where can i learn more about evolution ?
    Go to The Encylopedia of Life. The whole concept of species changing becomes so much easier to understand when you get a better idea of just how much biological diversity exists in the world. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Suddenly Conan with smol kitten.
    Considering I just spent 10 minutes (edit: at the time of beginning this it was 10. Its been about 30 minutes now as of posting this, lol.) skimming google with several Wikipedia, bengalcats.co, eol.org tabs open, I can say that while youre right, I can 100% see where the other person got the idea of it being a rusty-spotted cat, and you don't have to be so mean about someone making a minor error. regardless, it's... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Soil: The secret world beneath our feet is mind-blowing
    - http://eol.org # This shows some nice graphs of what pest might ward of other invaders but its quite the challenge to find it. For illustration on what I mean with the graph, here's a good example: https://eol.org/pages/45515235 I am dreaming of having the time and budget to expand on this website of EOL and develop an open source farm where non-tech users can contribute through tools like iNaturalist and... - Source: Hacker News / about 2 years ago
  • Help on improving a web-scraper for biodiversity data
    I would like to ask help for a script I made that scrapes data from a biodiversity database called EOL (eol.org). The code takes in a list of scientific names read from a CSV file, and searches EOL, grabs the info., then prints out a table of the collated data on a terminal. It works sort of well, but my concern is speed. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Why? How is there any logic behind this? 🤦‍♀️
    3) https://eol.org/ : So coool, you can find animals and plants near you! Source: over 2 years ago
  • New species website
    For the former, the Encyclopedia of Life is a decent resource. There is no single collection or database for all known species AFAIK. Source: over 2 years ago
  • What's a wolf???
    Conservation status: Least Concern (Population stable) Encyclopedia of Life. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Bird database for a fledgling birdwatcher
    I found another thread that mentioned https://eol.org, which looked promising! But I can’t find a way to download the raw data in a format similar to what I’ve described. Source: about 3 years ago

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