Data from: Snapshot Serengeti, high-frequency annotated camera trap images of 40 mammalian species in an African savanna

Alexandra B. Swanson, Margaret Kosmala, Chris J. Lintott, Robert J. Simpson, Arfon Smith & Craig Packer
Camera traps can be used to address large-scale questions in community ecology by providing systematic data on an array of wide-ranging species. We deployed 225 camera traps across 1,125 km2 in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, to evaluate spatial and temporal inter-species dynamics. The cameras have operated continuously since 2010 and had accumulated 99,241 camera-trap days and produced 1.2 million sets of pictures by 2013. Members of the general public classified the images via the citizen-science...
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