A short while ago, a couple of users where uploading photos (always vipers, specially Bothriechis) from some Colombian Facebook education and identification groups about snakes (Group example) under their name. I flagged those photos as copyright violations and later those profiles where suspended (thanks to whoever did it).
Recently, more photos from those groups had been uploaded under the original poster’s names with profiles created, apparently, only to upload them with the correct author’s name (1 profile = 1 observation). I didn’t flag those because there is no really proof to do it (at the end it’s basically a hunch). But it seems the uploader is just googling the general reported location from the original post and picking the first result. So some of those observations have wrong locations or the location where chosen at town level at high precision resulting in urban areas.
Example 1, Should be around 4.844713 -75.716844 (locality was specified in the Facebook comments, not the original post)
Example 2 Same location’s name in the wrong municipality, even wrong mountain range. Should be around 5.78688 -76.04875
I was wondering if something like this have happened before and what would be the correct way to deal whit it? If necessary at all.