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The screenshot shows the Explorer View, but actually I identified it using the very new Life List just launched few days ago. I noted that some animals were not being included in my list when I selected Australia as location. Then I realized the sea animals were not included, because the country boundaries are not correct, they are too close to shore so sea mammals or sea birds identified in a boat trip between the coast and an island cannot be added as a country life list.
Step 1: Write “Australia” as location to filter animals within Australia only. Either in Explore or Life List.
Step 2: You will see that some sea animals will not be included in your list. The example shows the area between Rotnest island and coast, but I recommend to check the area around Shark Bay as well. I’m sure it’s applicable for the whole world (coastal areas).
I appreciate it may be a difficult topic due to international politics/conflicts, but the fact the boundaries are too close to the coast compromises creating lists per country for whale watching tours, pelagic birds tours or diving excursions.