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University of British Columbia: Phylo

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A biologist at the University of BC has created this online trading card game to teach biodiversity. The game's creators describe it as an "online initiative aimed at creating a Pokemon card type resource but with real creatures on display in full 'artistic' wonder." The project is based on contributions from artists, who will submit animal imagery, scientists who will curate the cards' content, game developers and players and others. Read more about the project at the Phylogame.org site.
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