iNat threatened filter is pulling too many species - many not threatened- in observation searches by project

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I’m based in Australia and the project i created is currently listing that it’s sighted more than 95 threatened species - but only 24 are actually listed under our EPBC act (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act) here and many are not listed on the IUCN red list??

I’ve cross-checked the listings and there are significant errors in the algorithm that is filtering the observations from what I can tell- species like domestic dogs sightings are getting pulled through using the ‘threatened’ filter and many others that are not listed on IUCN or endemic to Australia.

Would be good to know what listings you use for your algorithm so i can try and make sense of the data.

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