Fossilfinder - the new paleontology app on the SPOTTERON Citizen Science Platform

Fossilfinder - the new paleontology app on the SPOTTERON Citizen Science Platform

We are excited to present you the latest web app on the SPOTTERON Citizen Science platform today: The Fossilfinder is the new tool for hobby and professional paleontologists to document fossil finds throughout Austria and beyond.

Time travel through the history of the earth with fascinating fossils!

In the new Fossilfinder web app, both young and experienced researchers can share and discuss their fossil discoveries with the Citizen Science Community. Whether animal or plant fossils, dinosaurs or insects, or even just traces of fossils - every find provides valuable information about the history of the earth and thus helps complete the data on it.
Furthermore, you can also indicate the age from which the find originates.

Share your fossil finds and the places you've found them!

In addition to the fossils themselves, there is also the option of entering a location on the web app's interactive map. This can be a museum, a university, a nature park, or other relevant places for fossil finds.

The Fossilfinder web app was developed in close cooperation with Priv.-Doz. Mag.Dr.Alexander Lukeneder from the Natural History Museum Vienna with SPOTTERON. Find the web app here: https://www.spotteron.com/fossilfinder

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