December 17, 2011
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Government Technology

Burmese pythons and Cuban tree frogs sound like the types of animals you’d find in a zoo, but for some areas of Florida, these animals might roam about and invade the state. As a way to report these uninvited guests and other invasive species inhabiting Florida, the University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health developed a free iPhone app, called IveGot1, to allow users to photograph and report animals as well as invasive plant observations. The information helps agencies in Florida that are responsible for protecting the state from invasive wildlife to respond to the sightings....

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