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We love citizen science projects and we’re especially keen on the Redmap (Range Extension Database Map)! This is a portal and a community where you can share your sightings of fish and other marine life as they are spotted in new habitats around Australia. The project began here in Tasmania and has since expanded around the country. As our planet’s climate changes, animals are being found in new and unexpected regions. To raise awareness of their project, Redmap has recently conducted a video competition and invited filmmakers to send in a 45 second video promoting the project. Tasmanian Geographic is delighted to be able to share the award-winners with you. Congratulations to all who participated, and thank you Redmap for running the competition! – Ed
2nd Prize: Strange sightings by Jess Long from Sydney, NSW
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