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Have you been inspired by the hit series Our Planet" For young explorers and anyone curious about our planet, Seek will unlock a whole world of discovery on your doorstep. From bugs to trees and everything in between, Seek?s smart image recognition technology will identify what you?ve found and encourage you to discover the hidden natural treasures in your local surroundings. How does it work" Seek, Discover, Connect and Explore! Get outside and point the Seek Camera at living things Identify wildlife and plants you see and take pictures to earn badges Learn fun facts about the organisms all around you Take part in the monthly challenges inspired by the Our Planet series on Netflix Download Seek on iOS and Android today: https://go.panda.org/seek For teachers: explore the Our Planet education resources: https://go.panda.org/nextgeneration Seek was created by the iNaturalist team, in partnership with WWF, and supported by Our Planet. About ?Seek? The ?Seek? app is a part of the iNaturalist platform which is a joint initiative between the California Academy of Sciences and the National Geographic Society. ?Seek? is a part of a suite of education tools presented by WWF and Netflix to engage young people in the global conversation about how to save our planet sparked by the hit series Our Planet. What is Our Planet" A Netflix original documentary series and groundbreaking collaboration between WWF, Netflix and Silverback Films, Our Planet showcases the world's natural wonders, iconic species and wildlife spectacles that still remain. We're all a part of this amazing planet, but we're changing it like never before. Discover the story of the one place we all call home. Find our more: ourplanet.com
 

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