Out of what sort of interest?
There are 4277 observations (go to map and press more 5 times: how ridiculous is that), which means at 50 observations per page that there are ~85 pages. So cool
But please note that there are no southern African observations. That is because we have had a major marine programme on iSpot called SeaKeys and our "marine" is divided into:
So UK Marine = Littoral+3 Marine types+2 reef types. We need a hierarchical and overarching schema to accommodate these differences.
So see: https://www.ispotnature.org/communities/southern-africa/view/article/297289/seakeys
with some observations: yes I hit more15 times times before giving up - what a STUPID system!!! (Instead of the server giving me my answer straight away it had to process it 15 times: that is the sort of logic the programmers are using - 15k observations is too much to show, so we will make the server deliver .it in 1k 15 times so that the user can work out how many observations there are in the project!) (and I wont mention the stupid preview window - of course I want to open the observation, why do I have to wait - just open the stupid observation straight away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
Note to me: check these for curation: