Technology Networks and CartoVista team up to create Interactive Map for Endangered Species Day

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May 17th, people around the world are showing their support for the 13th annual Endangered Species Day. In an effort to promote the importance of protecting endangered species and help people learn more about these beautiful creatures, Technology Networks and CartoVista have teamed up to create an interactive Mystery Map. It's an adventure around the globe that shares fascinating stories about several unique animals and their habitat. By going on a virtual voyage around the world, you can enter for a chance to win a $100 donation toward the environmental charity of your choice (Donated By CartoVista).

 This fun and interactive web map quizzes you on several species found around our small blue planet. From the tundra of the Canadian Arctic to the woodlands of Northern Australia, you have the opportunity to learn more about creatures big and small. So what are you waiting for? Play the game and share the map to show your support for Endangered Species Day!

 About CartoVista: CartoVista is a premier Web Mapping company that helps businesses and corporations unlock the potential of their geospatial data. With an off-the-shelf solution as well as professional services, we help our clients create web maps that are meaningful and engaging to end-users and decision makers.

Data Sources

Global Biodiversity Information Facility: https://www.gbif.org

International Union for Conservation of Nature: https://www.iucnredlist.org

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