Two localities at sea

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Step 1: I have been adding a series of observations from Kangaroo Island, South Australia.

Step 2: When I look at my observations, two are shown at sea off the SW of the island.

Step 3: When I click on these two 144131325 and 144131554 both show the correct location of Bunker Hill. They were among a number I entered from Bunker Hill using it as a pinned location.

So, I am not sure why these two should be also shown as out to sea?

Thanks, Pete

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These two observations are both obscured because they are of species with a conservation status. Part of the bounding box does contain Kangaroo Island (so obscuration admittedly doesn’t do much in this situation).

You can read about iNat geoprivacy here:

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Thanks for the response.