Kids can identify plants, flowers, insects and wildlife while tracking biodiversity in their area, using the augmented-reality app Seek by iNaturalist and the WWF.
Described as “like Pokémon Go for nature”, Seek lets users point their phone camera at any plant or animal species to identify it in real time.
Anyone can use the app, although the main target is children and youth, who the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) describes as “increasingly aware of the issues affecting their planet”.
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